We founded Studio 8FOLD on the premise that no idea is impossible. Therefore, we’re announcing a call for entries for a design competition.
Studio 8FOLD will provide the winning entry with a FREE concept design.
We’re accepting pitches from the wild and fantastic to the environmentally sound. First and foremost, the idea starts with you. Whether you’re an artist wanting a new studio, a musician in need of a sound proof environment or someone looking for a new sustainable home - there are no rules.
Bonus points will go to pitches that align with our core values. This might include briefs that demonstrate a sustainable approach, nuanced interest in how we live at home, an intelligent new use of an old space or an entirely fresh look at the conventional, out-of-the-box idea.
Brief Description (roughly 350 words):
Here you can break down your brief of what you are trying to achieve; how or what the problem is, the constraints and opportunities of the proposed brief, who is involved, where it is, what the history of the project is, the scale of the project, etc.
Attachments (max. 3, 10MB each)
Photographs, sketches, poems, videos or other documents.
Entrants Information (roughly 150 words):
What are your hobbies, interests, skills - anything about you, your family, community or company that may help spark further ideas and synergies that the design could draw from and incorporate.
The top five briefs (selected by the studio) will receive a 45-60 minute online design consultation to explore and develop your ideas with our team. Each finalist will receive a list of the potential opportunities and practical next steps for their project, as well as a fitting look-book of materials and references that suit the project.
The winner will receive full design concept consultations and drawing set, 3D visualisations and a VR render of their project (what is VR?).
Competition closes on the 15th of June 2020 at 18h00 (GMT). Winners will be announced on this page on the 29th of June 2020.
Included in the jury are a range of thinkers from different walks of life from architecture and structural engineering to impact investing and writers.
London School of Architecture