We want you to look into scalable solutions in Architecture that can help create positive impact for your local communities and with the idea of it being replicated in other parts of the world with similar challenges. Will your design focus on the ever growing population in the cities, the ever declining nature and natural resources in your part of the world or help people connect with each other?
Some critical architectural elements for you to consider:
1. Level of innovation and integration of technology
2. Social and economical impact
3. Environmental footprint and impact
4. Energy utilisation
5. Human interactivity and social needs
6. Colour and light theories
AYDA Travelogue Series: Bangkok
Destination: Design - Kaohsiung (A Travelogues by Asia Young Designer Awards)
Destination: Design - Tokyo (A Travelogue Series by Asia Young Designer Awards)
We want you to look into scalable solutions in Interior Design that can create a positive impact towards users of the space and with the idea of being replicated in other parts of the world with the similar impact. Will your design transform residential, commercial or public spaces in order to bring people closer together? Or, will your design provoke emotions and sentiments towards protecting our culture, heritage and Mother Nature?
Some critical interior design elements for you to consider:
1. Level of innovation
2. Aesthetic qualities in relations to the social needs as well as human interactivity and wellbeing of users
3. Functionality in regards to lasting and ergonomic designs
4. Interior space energy utilisation
5. Colour and light theories
Fireside Chat: Analysing Empathy
AYDA International Grand Finale 2019/20: Judges & Finalists
Interview with Tanay Narendra Bothara
Showcase your design to an international audience
Image: Agrapolis Urban Permaculture Farm by David Johanes Palar
The AYDA awards is part of Nippon Paint’s vision to nurture the next generation of Architectural and Interior Design talents. It serves as a platform to inspire students of these disciplines to develop their skills through cross-learning.