The Future Spaces Foundation’s latest design competition invites students from across nine UK universities to a two-week design challenge. This involves a one-day charrette hosted via video conference from 10am to 6pm, followed by independent design work, and virtual presentations to a panel of renowned industry professionals.
Students will be responding to the following prompt:
“The last two years have shown us a new way of working which does not always rely on commuting to the workplace. If more people are staying home to work, can the quieter city streets be better utilised? How do we redesign city streets to become vital, vibrant spaces for citizens of the future?”
Up for grabs is a £1,250 prize and publication on the FSF website and social media channels.
Judges will be confirmed shortly.