24H competition 35th edition - farmer
Organized by IF competitions
a month left to enter
1st Place € 500+ publication on the website, social networks and media partners + 24H free registration + online subscription of DTF magazine 2nd Place € 150 - publication in website, social networks and media partners + 24H free registration + online subscription of DTF magazine 3rd Place € 50 - publication in website, social networks and media partners + 24H free registration + online subscription of DTF magazine 7 Honorable Mentions - publication in website, social networks and media partners
IF it is an international platform for competitions that aims to connect ideas from different areas of society in order to help transform cities and make them increasingly self-sustaining, efficient and green. We are looking for innovative ideas and new ways of thinking. In a global emergency period, it is increasingly important that we think globally. IF is the space Here, you can try and experiment, everything is possible! AIM OF THE COMPETITION - 24H A place where the time limit is used to stimulate your creativity. This contest aims to present 24-hour architectural responses to the problems affecting cities and society today and consecutively the world, with a very strong focus on sustainable and environmentally friendly measures. Commitment, perseverance, inspiration and hard work are all the necessary bases to develop a proposal that meets the premises that will be regularly disclosed in the competition summary. There is a registration period when it ends, the competition starts! You have 24 hours to develop a proposal that responds to the program contained in the contest brief that will only be available on the same day of the competition. Take the risk! FRAMEWORK farmer In a period of great changes, society begins to rethink the concept of inhabiting the city at the expense of the countryside. More than ever, we talk about the sustainability of cities concerning mobility, energy efficiency measures, and green economy. With the coronavirus pandemic we learned to live more closed and, at the same time, closer to each other, through the development of teleworking, with all the benefits that this brought to the environment and in particular to the decongestion of cities. We also learned to value local produce and products and quickly started to appear small farms that brought our products home. The countryside has always been a viable alternative to the city, but not everyone can move there. Will the city be able to adapt to new urban, social, and environmental requirements?