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Call for registrations to Fast Archi Challenges 1st edition "Pandemic" competition
Portugal Architecture News - Apr 3, 2020 - 10:44 1830 views
IF ideasforward has launched new Fast Archi Challenges competition series, its first edition is titled "Pandemic."
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that we are experiencing a pandemic of the new coronavirus, called Sars-Cov-2. "In the past two weeks, the number of Covid-19 cases outside China has increased 13-fold and the number of affected countries has tripled. We have more than 118 thousand infections in 114 nations, of which 4 291 people died," justified Tedros Ghebreyesus, director-general of WHO. March 11, 2020.
These are small creative challenges that we will launch regularly. We are talking about projects, illustration, photography, sketches, design, video or others, but they all have the architecture in common. Here you will test all your skills and discover some that you didn't know you had! It's your time!
Schedule and fees
Registration period: April 1st until April 19th
Registration fee: €10/1person; €15/2person; €20/3person; €25/4person; €30/5person
Competition date: April 18th to April 19th
Evaluation period: April 20th until April 24th
Winner announcement: April 25th
The competition begins on April 17th 23:59 and ends at April 19th 23:59 (London GMT + 0:00).
Smart and fair economy!
We use this financial model as a guarantee that's all works, and everyone ́s involved in the competition received their monetary compensation. The company keeps going with his challenges and put the thinkers and creatives active in this role of making the planet a better place to live!
The prize money is directly related to the number of entries, the more entries the bigger the prize. The registrations fee will be distribute by this way: 50% for the prize money, 20% for juries, 30 for IF.
The minimum prize amount is double the registration fee and there is no maximum amount. All days the value is updated!
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