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Waste Pavilion: Design With Reused Materials

Non Architecture has launched Waste Pavilion: Design With Reused Materials, a competition designed to encourage innovative thinking in green design.

In this competition, participants must come up with visionary concepts for a pavilion built entirely with reused materials – only 1 drawing, absolute freedom of scale, site or program.

Designers are asked to design a pavilion that reuses materials in a new way to extraordinary functions and delight. By focusing on the reuse of materials, designers can also come up with creative solutions to problems such as space limitations or energy efficiency.

Waste Pavilion is open to all individuals, but the entrance fee must be paid per team (maximum of four people per team).

Non Architecture Competitions will award one winner, one selected by each jury, and a total of 7 honourable mentions.

Winner (1 Prize)
1.000 euros
Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website.
Reviews in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.

Honorable Mentions (7 Prizes)
Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website.
Reviews in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.

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