International design competition seeks innovations for the home of the future.
Environmental questions, multiculturalism, redefining the concept of family, the aging population, and digitalization will impact future living developments.
The new ‘Home Revisited’ design competition is looking for solutions to these and many other changes. It is launched by the Asko Foundation to celebrate their 50th anniversary. The competition strives to create new innovations for the home of the future.
Home Revisited seeks individuals and multidisciplinary groups from various industries, including design, architecture, technology, and social sciences. Groups may include 2 to 5 persons. It is open to both professionals and students.
The competition reviews homes and living in a manifold way through service design, spatial solutions, product design, and technical solutions, as well as any combination of the above.
The winner of the competition is to receive €30,000. Entries for the first phase must be submitted by 31 December 2016 at 5 p.m.