AUTHOR

Daksh Chamoli

DATE

28/07/2021

TAGS

Achievements, Interior Architecture and Design

The Container Studio – A sustainable den for designers

AUTHOR

Daksh Chamoli

DATE

28/07/2021

TAGS

Achievements, Interior Architecture and Design

Archdais, a professional networking web platform for Student Architects, Interior Designers and Real Estate Developers, hosted an online International Architecture Competition called ‘The Container Studio – a sustainable den for designers’. As part of the competition, participants were invited to design a designers’ work studio which could break the conventional model for small office spaces and create a space that fosters innovation, collaboration and productivity.

Two students (Anoushka Mann and Muskan Khan) and a Faculty member (Kanika Arora), from the Indian Institute of Art and Design, New Delhi, have been featured on the ‘Archdais Website’s Wall of Fame’ in the Top 50 entries of the Container Studio Competition. A total of 680+ Teams and about 1675+ individuals participated from all over the world and the competition was evaluated by the prestigious jury members Ken Yeang (Principal Architect, Hamzah & Yeang, Malaysia), Chitra Vishwanath (Principal Architect, Biome, India) and Carlos Gomez (Principal Architect, CRG Architects, China.

The contestants were expected to envision a studio in a distinctive material, character and texture. The brief emphasized and was conscious of the need to adapt and reuse building materials. As a result, the entire project’s design was proposed to be built from used shipping containers as the key building material rather than constructing something anew.

The team showed impressive levels of creativity and extraordinary skills as part of the entry. The work can be accessed on the Archdais Wall of Fame at the below-mentioned link.

https://archdais.com/wall-of-fame/the-studio-container6899
All Top 50 submissions are displayed and uploaded on various media platforms of Archdias.

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