IE Spaces for Innovation Prize: Architecture Competition

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IE Spaces for Innovation Prize

Architectural Contest Open to Architecture Students and Young Architects

25 Jul 2016

IE Spaces for Innovation Prize 2016

IE Spaces for Innovation Prize

IE School of Architecture and Design announces its third IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE for young architects and designers to attract
and reward young talented professionals around the word.

IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE 2016

Objective
Candidates have to present a digital collage where they will be showing their insights and reflections about the future of work, retail
and learning environments.

Participants
All young architects and designers worldwide who have finished their studies or graduate studies in 2012 or later.

Fee
There are no registration fees.

Registration
July 6, 2016 to October 1, 2016

Prizes
Full-time, six month, paid professional internship in UNStudio, O+A Studio, Ingenhoven Architects and Viguier et Associes +
Free registration fees in the IE Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning Environments +
Scholarships worth € 29.000 towards the program tuition fees.

Arquideas Design Competition in 2016

IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE 2016 – Details

IE School of Architecture and Design announces its third IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION
PRIZE for young architects and designers worldwide. This prize intends to attract and
reward young talented designers by providing full-time paid internships in our partner
world-class design firms and companies, plus strong scholarships to undertake the IE
Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning Environments starting next February
2017, whose blended structure allows its students to study while they work.

All young architects and designers who have finished their studies or graduate studies in
2012 or later are eligible to win the IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE.

The winning entries will be awarded admittance to IE Master in Design for Work, Retail
and Learning Environments for the 2017-2018 academic year, a scholarships towards
the program tuition fees and a full-time paid professional internships in one of these four
world class firms and companies; UNStudio (Amsterdam, Netherlands), O+A Studio (San
Francisco, USA), Ingenhoven Architects (Düsseldorf, Germany) and Viguier et Associes
(Paris, France).

IE School of Architecture and Design.

IE School of Architecture & Design is one of the most innovative architecture schools in
Europe. Through its unique combination of design and entrepreneurship, IE School of
Architecture & Design expands the boundaries of traditional architectural education.

IE welcomes students worldwide who seek challenges and aspire to become leaders in the
dynamic real of architecture and design.

Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning Environments.

The Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning Environments is a forward thinking
post-professional program that not only examines the profound changes occurring in
environments for work, retail and learning, but also explores the tools and knowledge
needed to innovatively design these spaces for the future. The IE Master in Design Work
Retail and Learning Environments is a pioneering program as it stretches across traditional
boundaries based on analyses, skills and strategies for understanding and proposing
creative ideas for changing environments.

The program has been designed in partnership with the Helen Hamlyn Center for Design
at the Royal College of Art in London, a research center specialized in design
ethnography where the students will undertake one of the modules of the program.

The program focuses on three types of space – the work space, retail and learning
environments – that are most important for our everyday lives and which are the three
realms where the most dramatic changes are occurring in terms of concepts, technology
and cutting-edge innovation.

Duration: 13 months
Format: Blended (Residential modules in Madrid & London + interactive online
classes)
Language: English
Location: Madrid + London + Online
Tuition: € 24,200

Requirements.

The call list for the IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE is for all young architects and
designers who have finished their studies or graduate studies in 2012 or later.

This call is closed to any person who participated in the prize organization or who has
dependent personal or professional ties to the organization.

Proposals will remain anonymous until after the Jury decision is announced.

The winner must also meet the admission criteria of IE School of Architecture and Design.

Winners must compulsorily attend the Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments and complete the tuition payment.

Prizes.

The IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE will award the winners with the following prizes:

A 1ST PRIZE will be awarded consisting of:

 Admittance to IE Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments for the 2017-2018 academic year.
 Scholarship worth € 7,250 towards the program tuition fees.
 Full-time, six-months, paid professional internship in one of the following
companies; UNStudio (Amsterdam, Netherlands), O+A Studio (San
Francisco, USA), Ingenhoven Architects (Düsseldorf, Germany) and
Viguier et Associes (Paris, France), starting August 2017.

A 2ND PRIZE will be awarded consisting of:

 Admittance to IE Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments for the 2017-2018 academic year.
 Scholarship worth € 7,250 towards the program tuition fees.
 Full-time, six-months, paid professional internship in one of the following
companies; UNStudio (Amsterdam, Netherlands), O+A Studio (San
Francisco, USA), Ingenhoven Architects (Düsseldorf, Germany) and
Viguier et Associes (Paris, France), starting August 2017.

A 3RD PRIZE will be awarded consisting of:

 Admittance to IE Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments for the 2017-2018 academic year.
 Scholarship worth € 7,250 towards the program tuition fees.
 Full-time, six-months, paid professional internship in one of the following
companies; UNStudio (Amsterdam, Netherlands), O+A Studio (San
Francisco, USA), Ingenhoven Architects (Düsseldorf, Germany) and
Viguier et Associes (Paris, France), starting August 2017.

A 4TH PRIZE will be awarded consisting of:

 Admittance to IE Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments for the 2017-2018 academic year.
 Scholarship worth € 7,250 towards the program tuition fees.
 Full-time, six-months, paid professional internship in one of the following
companies; UNStudio (Amsterdam, Netherlands), O+A Studio (San
Francisco, USA), Ingenhoven Architects (Düsseldorf, Germany) and
Viguier et Associes (Paris, France), starting August 2017.

Five HONORABLE MENTIONS will be awarded consisting of:

 Diploma
 Free registration fees in the IE Master in Design for Work, Retail and
Learning Environments for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Winners must compulsorily attend the Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments and complete the tuition payment.

Jury.

The IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE for young architects will be selected by the Jury
members of our partner companies:

UNStudio; Dutch architectural design studio founded by Ben van Berkel and Caroline
Bos with offices in Amsterdam, Shangai and Hong Kong.
www.unstudio.com

O+A Studio; Interior and architectural design firm based in San Francisco.
www.o-plus-a.com

Ingenhoven Architects; Renowned architecture firm, recognized for sustainable
architecture, with offices in Düsseldorf, Zurich, Sydney, Singapore and San Jose.
www.ingenhovenarchitects.com

Viguier et Associes; International architecture, town planning and interior firm of around
90 professionals led by Jean-Paul Viguier.
www.viguier.com

Jury:

The Jury will be advised by the following IE School of Architecture and Design members:

Martha Thorne; Executive Director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize
Guzmán de Yarza; Director of the Master in Design for Work, Retail and Learning
Environments.

Schedule:

July 6, 2016
Registration period opens
Consultation period opens

October 1, 2016
Deadline for consultations
Registration deadline

October 3, 2016
Deadline for submission of proposals

October 15, 2016
Winners announcement
Virtual exhibition

Registration:

The registration period falls between July 6, 2016 and October 3, 2016.
The registration in the IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE will be individual.
There are no registration fees.

Queries:

During the period indicated in the competition Calendar that has been included in these
Terms and Conditions, questions about this competition can be sent to
spacesforinnovation@arquideas.net.

Arquideas, as competition manager, will respond to all of the questions posed during the
established period and will publish answers to questions deemed to be of particular
interest to all participants in order to improve the comprehension of the project and
resolve doubts.

All the documentation needed to take part in the prize can be downloaded from the
Arquideas web site www.arquideas.net throughout the registration period.

Objective:

Candidates have to present a digital collage where they will be showing their insights and
reflections about the future of work, retail and learning environments.

How will these spaces be in two decades? How will we be working, shopping and learning?
How will technology affect our daily life?

Candidates can express their ideas about these questions through a single digital collage,
with images belonging to their own production or by others. The images used for the
collage can therefore be part of the academic or professional work by the candidates,
along with images of projects and references by other designers. In the case of using
images produced by others, the authorship must be quoted clearly. Texts and graphics are
welcome, too.

Each participant must submit within the submission period and before the deadline the
required documentation in digital format through the competition web platform
www.arquideas.net, completing the necessary data in the registration and submission
forms.

Documents to be submitted:

The following files must be submitted:

– One (1) DIN A1 digital poster (594x841mm) in vertical disposition, in one single
*.PDF file at 300dpi as a digital collage, where candidates will be showing their
insights and reflections about the future of work, retail and learning environments.
The maximum file size is of 10 Mb.

– One (1) *.JPG file with a maximum recommended size of 1200px wide (about
1200x1700px) with the digital panel. This image will be used in the web preview,
browser and project listings.

– Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Portfolio in *.PDF.
The documentation will be studied by the Jury members maintaining the anonymity of
participants, so that the documents must be identified solely with the identification code
provided during registration process and placed at the top right corner of each panel or
document. (Example: 3SFI 0123)

All texts must be in ENGLISH.

The project submission deadline is until 24:00 hrs (GMT +0:00) of the last submission
date.

Exhibition and publication:

All of the proposals presented by participants will be part of a virtual exhibition on the
competition platform web site www.arquideas.net, with a special focus on the top Prizes
and the Honorable Mentions.

Property rights:

All of the documentation presented to this prize will become part of the Arquideas
archive, which reserves the right to promote and publish the presented proposals.
Therefore, participation in the competition authorizes the reproduction, distribution and
communication of the projects submitted to IE School of Architecture and Design and
Arquideas.

The material presented can be published in virtual galleries on the Arquideas website, as
well as on websites of collaborating media.

If necessary, IE School of Architecture and Design and Arquideas reserve the right to
adapt the content of presented proposals to ensure their correct publication, without
modifying the plans in any way.

Participants guarantee they are the legitimate owners of the work submitted and ensure
they do not violate intellectual or industrial property rights of third parties.

Other notes:

IE School of Architecture and Design is the convener and organizer of the IE SPACES FOR
INNOVATION PRIZE for young architects and designers, performing the call through the
competition web platform www.arquideas.net managed by Arquideas Gestión de
Concursos S.L., which perform the management functions of the competition and
support to participants.

IE School of Architecture and Design as convener of the prize and Arquideas as the
competition manager reserve the right to modify the competition deadlines if necessary
in order to make sure that the competition is correctly run. These changes will be duly
communicated through the website.

Arquideas, as manager of this event, is not responsible for any possible violations of these
Terms and Conditions.

The participation in the program and the undertaking of the internships at the partner
companies are due to the adequate academic performance of the candidates, along with
the fulfillment of the rules specified in the IE Student Guide.

If any winner participant renounces to his prize, this one will pass to the author of the next
project best considered by the Jury.

The prizes are subject to the opening of the Master in Design for Work, Retail and
Learning Environment on February 2017.

By registering, participants accept that they will comply with all Terms and Conditions.

Acknowledgements:

IE School of Architecture and Design would like to thank the members of the Jury of this
prize for their collaboration and dedication, as well as the collaborating businesses for
their support and dissemination of the work of the participants.

IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION Prize
IE School of Architecture and Design
Maria de Molina 6
28006 Madrid (Spain)

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