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    MDX Pavilion Design Competition 2

    14/02/2019
    Design an information display stand for the MDX Pavilion

    The MDX Pavilion is a student-led project for a multi purpose space designed by Architectural Technology students to be built on campus during Feb-June 2019. The project has sustainability, collaboration, innovation and practice-based learning at its core.

    LOCATION:

    Location of the Information Display Stand is to be outside the Pavilion, by its entrance.


    FUNCTION:

    Display information about the Pavilion including: the project, sponsors, the innovations, etc. The overall area of the information display should be equivalent to A1, but the design and shape don’t have to be rectangular.

    The information is going to be printed.


    DESIGN REQUIREMENTS:


    * Stand-alone object, structurally supported design that is attached to the ground so it cannot be removed (base is to be part of the design)
    * Weather proof
    * Made of sustainable / renewable / innovative
    materials
    * Inclusive to a wide audience: height
    considerations.

    SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

    • Compulsory 3 x A3 sheet addressing the design requirements and showing overall dimensions for the design
    • Small physical prototypes encouraged in the submission
    • Hard copy with name on sticker at the back to be handed in the library Helpdesk by 4 pm, 1st March
    • PDF files to be shared via One Drive with Homeira & Helena (emails below)

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

    Any Middlesex undergraduate or postgraduate student can participate. If you're uniquely creative and love all things graphic design, you are welcome to take part.


    JUDGING CRITERIA:


    Feasibility, creativity, sustainability & buildability.


    PRIZE:

    £50 Amazon voucher in addition to having your design fabricated and installed on campus.


    For more information about the competition, please contact:

    Dr Homeira Shayesteh (h.shayesteh@mdx.ac.uk)
    Or
    Helena Ambrosio: (h.ambrosio@mdx.ac.uk)

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