Проблема, которой посвящен конкурс, – одиночество людей в современном мире. Участникам предлагается поразмышлять о том, можно ли бороться с одиночеством средствами архитектуры и дизайна. Местоположение, масштаб, функциональное назначение проектов не регламентируются – можно отпустить фантазию в полет.
The “Eliminate Loneliness” competition provides you a public platform to tackle the issue of loneliness and isolation in society through design. We challenge you to set your imagination alight, and consider the systems, spaces, and interactions that could generate meaningfulness and connection in today’s world.Our aim is to collect design ideas geared towards tackling loneliness. Whether this be on the individual or collective, micro or macro, digital or tangible, product or space, is entirely up to you. We ask you to question the fundemental causes of loneliness, their flows, conditions, and effects. Following the ethos of Bubble, we then ask you to operate across multiple spheres, reaching beyond convention to tackle the issue of loneliness through a creative, design-led solution.The scale, location, and parameters are entirely your decision. Whatever your response, we are eager to receive ideas that encourage connection, co-operation, and engagement. Let your ideas be smart, bold, and beautiful. Be provocative. Design the world as you believe it should be.
There are very few boundaries for your idea. There is no set scale, location, or programme. Your idea could be an object, a room, a building, a street, a city, or bigger. Our prerequisites are deliberately open in order to enourage participation and input from all spheres of design, including architecture, product, interiors, digital, and landscape. During your design process, we suggest you consider the following questions:What are the systems and flows behind your idea?How could your idea embody the principle of circularity in design?Would your idea benefit from a schematic diagram depicting its operation?How well are you communicating your idea, regardless of how wild it is?