This contest is open to:
Third-year interior design students onwards. [Interior Design Category]
Third-year architectural students onwards. [Architecture Category]
All participants must be enrolled in an educational institution majoring in interior design or architecture and is a member to AYDA Partner Organization (PIID/CIDE & UAP/CODHASP)
You may submit only 1 (ONE) project per year per student.
NO. This is an individual design competition.
The grand prize winner will receive:
GOLD AWARD: 6-month Internship opportunity from Lor Calma & Partners and Aidea, Inc. + Php 50,000 cash prize and a chance to meet world-renowned industry leaders at the AYDA Learning Program in Bangkok, Thailand in 2017 to represent the Philippines in the Regional AYDA 2016 competition with a USD1,000 cash prize.
You can find out more about the competition by visiting our official Asia Young Designer Award 2016 website: http://www.youngdesigneraward.ph/ for tips, news and other relevant updates regarding the contest.
United Architects of the Philippines
Council of Deans and Heads of Architecture Schools in the Philippines (CODHASP)
Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID)
Lor Calma & Partners
The entry form can be downloaded from http://www.youngdesigneraward.ph/
Your design statement should be no more than 1,000 words, well written in Microsoft Word file format.
All colours used in your design project submission must be from Nippon Paint’s product range, clearly illustrated with the right colour names, colour codes and product range.
Colour chips can be downloaded from here.
Yes, you are required to use Nippon Paint colour chips but you are FREE to use any shade or colour that is appropriate for your design concept.
Please note that the use of Nippon Paint colour chips is required but this doesn’t necessarily mean that design should be focusing on colours. Please bear in mind that COLOUR APPROPRIATENESS should always be considered.
No, not necessarily. You are free to utilize the proposed site, as long as it is within its boundary lines. Your design proposal should state its architectural purpose, supporting the program and responding to the essence of the site with a cohesive design concept.
Yes, you can use any medium- 3d rendering or manual rendering as long as you follow the submission requirements.