The ReGeneration: An International Living Competition is looking for designers to solve the problem of modern intergenerational living in the United States caused by zoning American cities by general use. If you can find a great way to keep senior citizens a central and active part of our communities, you may earn $1,000!
The ultimate goal of the ReGeneration: An International Living Competition is to develop ideas that will reimagine residential areas and communities while considering generational, societal and economic gaps. However, the most important detail is how the competition pushes designers to incorporate the modern university as a central point to be used to house people of all ages. How could a university integrate housing on its campus for people of all ages? Whether your design is of a single home, the entire community, the university’s landscape or any number of interesting ideas, the ReGeneration: An International Living Competition is excited to hear your suggestions.
This contest is open to everyone worldwide, and it only costs $30 to enter. Once you have an idea, you’ll need to create a poster and a 250 to 500 narrative that explains how your designs solve the current problem of intergenerational housing when applied to a university setting. Not only do these ideas push the dialogue of improving communities around the world forward, but the top three designers earn $1,000, $750 and $500 each. It’s a win-win for everyone!
You have up until May 15th, 2014 to send in your posters and narratives to the ReGeneration: An International Living Competition, so get cracking, and good luck making our communities a better place for everyone! (Click here to enter!)