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IE School of Architecture and Design annuncia il terzo IE Spaces For Innovation Prize 2016 dedicato a giovani architetti e designers di tutto il mondo. Il premio intende dare visibilità e nuove opportunità ai giovani talentuosi offrendo loro un periodo di stage retribuito in una delle aziende partner e borse di studio per partecipare al IE Master in Design Work, Retail e Learning Enviroments previsto per febbraio 2017.
La partecipazione è aperta a tutti i giovani architetti e laureati che hanno concluso i loro studi a partire dal 2012, i quali saranno chiamati ad esporre la loro personale visione del futuro del lavoro e degli spazi ad esso dedicati, creando collage di immagini appartenenti a produzioni personali o di altri soggetti.
IE School of Architecture and Design announces its third IE Spaces For Innovation Prize 2016 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 2016.
MASTER IN DESGIN FOR WORK, RETAIL AND LEARNING ENVIROMENTS
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)
Location: Madrid + London + Online
Tuition: € 24,200
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.
The call list for the E Spaces For Innovation Prize 2016 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.
The registration period falls between July 6, 2016 and October 1, 2016.
The registration in the IE Spaces For Innovation Prize 2016 will be individual. There are no registration fees.
Each participant must submit not later then October 3, 2016 the required documentation in digital format through the competition web platform www.arquideas.net, completing the necessary data in the registration and submission forms.
The IE Spaces For Innovation Prize 2016 will award the winners of 1ST, 2ND, 3RD and 4TH place with the following prizes:
- 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 partner 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:
- 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.
- 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