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Heal + : Regenerative housing for Kerala

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提交日期:2019年2月10日
注册日期:2019年2月5日
语言:英语
定位:概念
奖励:请参阅下面的详细信息
类型:开放式创意

如果说城市化是未来的关键,那是好还是坏?2018年8月,印度喀拉拉邦和Kodagu的一些地区遭受21世纪以来最严重的一次洪水,灾难造成300多人死亡,基础设施受损超过8000亿卢比(11亿美元)。每当灾难来临时,我们竭尽全力地进行防御、救灾援助和恢复基础设施。但即使是最先进的预防系统和方法也不能完全抵御大自然的力量。唯一的解决办法是将人类成长、工作、生活与自然的力量相结合。

洪水会带来不同程度的损害——从有限的水涝到完全摧毁。这会引起交通运输、基础设施的缓慢退化等。许多人在所有财物丢失的情况下,不得不重新建立自己的生活。因此灾害带来的不仅是有形资产的损失,同时也是无法弥补的生命损失,这让人试图与自然结合变得更加艰难。


挑战

洪水过后人们试图通过获得保险机构的援助,自身的储蓄和受灾地区的政府援助来重建生活。 因此,毁坏的交通网络系统致使资源成本激增,使得重建工作变得缓慢而且成本更高。由于缺乏支持、资源、实力,他们在承受生存挑战之外,还要承担超越一般生活的挑战。

随着严重的气候变化和海平面上升,洪水成为不可避免的自然问题,

  • 我们能否建立承受洪水的居住地?
  • 我们能否设计出帮助人们比以前更快地重建起来的建筑物?
  • 由于每个人都在同一场战斗中重建,他们可以一起工作吗?
  • 如果印度太大而无法在“外面”进行规划,我们能否创造出“内外”规划的居住地?
  • 如果洪水泛滥到一种严重的情况,是否可以建造避难场所或提前可以使用?
  • 在重建过程中,不论时间如何,居住地都可以为下一场灾难做好准备吗?


奖励

一等奖:8万印度卢比
奖杯+证书+出版物
适用于学生组和专业组

二等奖:5万印度卢比
奖杯+证书+出版物
适用于学生组和专业组

两名人气选择奖:2.5万印度卢比
奖杯+证书+出版物
学生组1名和专业组1名

五名荣誉提名:1.2万印度卢比
证书+ UNI年度摘要
学生组2名和专业组3名

出版物
所有提名者和获奖者将在2019UNI设计书和我们的合作网站上获得精心制作的报道

参赛作品展
我们的网站上将列出20个入围作品,并将给该作品的参赛者给予证书。


时间安排

前期注册结束时间:2018年11月12日
学生15 $ | 专业25美元
正式注册结束时间:2018年12月22日
学生25 $ | 专业35 $
最迟注册结束时间:2019年2月5日
学生40 $ | 专业60美元
作品提交时间:2019年2月10日
公众投票开始时间:2019年2月11日
公布入围作品时间:2019年3月15日
公众投票结束时间:2019年3月20日
结果公布时间:2019年3月30日


参赛资格

  • 竞赛面向所有学科的学生和专业组。
  • 学生组包括注册全日制本科/本科,硕士/本科。博士生归入为专业组。
  • 提交的所有作品需均为原创作品,参赛者必须拥有所提交内容的所有权利。
  • 参赛的学生需要出示在大学期间学术课程的证明,作为学生组报名的证明,如果验证失败,则取消参赛者资格。
  • 竞赛对世界各国开放。
  • 可以团队或个人形式参赛。团队最多包括5名成员。

竞赛网站:http://commun.uni.xyz/

Submission: February 10, 2019
Registration: February 05, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open Idea

Urbanization, the key to the future – a good or a bad one at that? On August 2018, Kerala & some parts of Kodagu, India faced one of the worst Floods of the century, with 300+ deaths and infrastructure damages over Rs. 8,000 crores (1.1 Billion USD). Every time disaster hits, we as humans do everything in our power to suppress it, provide aid and rehabilitate. But even the most advanced prevention systems and methods fail. The only way out is to fold how humans grow and work together + towards living with the forces of nature collectively.
There are different levels of damages in a flood situation – ranging from a limited water logging to total wipe-out. This leads to transportation hamper, slow degradations of infrastructure and a lot more. Many people have to build their lives over again, with all their belongings lost. The damage can be of physical assets at the same time irreparable life losses which make things even tougher.

THE CHALLANGE
A series of events follow after flood where people try to rebuild their lives after claiming aid from insurance agencies, savings and government aid that is given to affected areas based on losses of property and the lives. The already struck down transport network has costs of resources surged which makes the rebuilding slow and even more costly. With already a weak support / resource / strength they are burdened not only with survival but challenges that are beyond generic living.

With floods being an inevitable problem with drastic climate change and rising sea levels,
  • Can we build habitats that accept water surge as a reality?
  • Can we design buildings that help people to get back on their feet much faster than before?
  • As everybody is rebuilding in the same battle can they do it together?
  • If India is too big to be planned ‘outside in’, can we create habitats that are planned ‘inside out’?
  • If a flood rises to a wipeout situation can there be places of refuge built or made accessible beforehand?
  • Can habitats be prepared for the next disaster already irrespective of time while rebuilding?

AWARDS
1st Prize: 80,000 INR
Trophy + Certificate + Publications
Open for both categories (Student and Professional)
Runner up: 50,000 INR
Trophy + Certificate + Publications
Open for both categories (Student and Professional)
2 x People's choice award: 25,000 INR
Trophy + Certificate + Publications
1 Student and 1 Professional
5 Honorable mentions: 12,000 INR
Certificate + Bi-Annual Digest of UNI(Open for both categories: 2 Student & 3 Professional)
Publication
All medal holders, and winners will get an elaborate section of publishing in the UNI 2019 design book, and on our partner websites
Exhibition of Entries
20 shortlisted entries will be featured on our website and will be awarded a certificate.

SCHEDULE
Early bird Registration Ends: 12th November 2018
Students 15$ | Professional 25$
Standard Registration Ends: 22nd December 2018
Students 25$ | Professional 35$
Late Registration Ends: 05th February 2019
Students 40$ | Professional 60$
Last Date of Submission: 10th February 2019
Public Voting begins : 11th February 2019
Display of shortlisted entries: 15th March 2019
Public Voting ends: 20th March 2019
Result Declaration: 30th March 2019

ELIGIBILITY
  • The awards are open to students and professionals of all disciplines.
  • Student level include individuals enrolled in a full time Bachelor’s/Undergraduate, Master’s/Undergraduate. Ph. D.  student's will be considered as a professional .
  • All work submitted shall be original, and participant shall have all the rights of the submitted content.
  • Students participating in the contest will require to produce a certificate of bona-fide from their universities as a proof of enrollment in an academic program, during result declaration, failing which their entry will be canceled.
  • The competition is open to all nationalities around the world.
  • Team/Individual participation is permitted. A maximum of 5 people can participate in a team.

competition’s website: http://commun.uni.xyz/

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