2013 ASID Student Design Competition :: Shelter
Supporting the needs of a community in crisis
How can you, as an interior designer, create a temporary shelter that addresses and supports the health, safety, and welfare of a community in crisis? Show us your solution and you could win $2,000 and national recognition of your work—exposing your talent to over 30,000 ASID designers!
Interior design is not just about creating aesthetically pleasing places; it is about solving problems and providing functional environments that support the quality of life for all. Every day we are bombarded with stories of crises we face in our world — namely, natural disasters and the sudden havoc they wreak on people and their communities.
This design competition looks for insightful and creative interior design ideas for ways that existing, vacant buildings can be temporarily converted into shelters that address and support the health, safety, and welfare of a community in crisis.
Entry Submissions Open: October 14, 2013
Close: Midnight EST on Sun., January 12, 2014
Judging will occur in January/February 2014 and winners announced in February.
$35 for ASID Student Members
$75 for Non-ASID Student Members
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