YOU COULD BE THE NABD DREAM DESIGNER OF THE YEAR.
CREATE A CONCEPT DESIGN FOR A 4 BEDROOM HOUSE USING SCYON WALL CLADDING THAT WILL BE THE ENVY OF THE STREET AND THE CLIENT'S FRIENDS.
Jessica and Jared (the rocket bike rider) Jetson believe that despite Australia’s housing affordability problems they can build a dream home on a small lot. They want to build a home that’s the envy of their friends in order to encourage them to sell their inner city apartments and move into the suburbs with them. Their wealthy, eccentric uncle has offered to pay half the build cost if the design is unique, fresh and futuristic.
The finalists will be showcased at the National Association of Building Designers Conference on 1st October 2016 where the theme is Australian Home of the 21st Century. The winner will be crowned “Dream Designer Of The Year” at the event.
Where will you park your Rocket 3000 in the house of the future? Design a stand-out small lot home which meets the needs of the next generation of Australian home owners.
WIN A TRIP FOR TWO TO TOKYO, JAPAN WITH A DESIGN TOUR
Japanese kyoushou juukatu (micro homes) are built on incredibly small or narrow spaces. They've turned space conscious living and construction into a fine art with some very creative problem solving and design. They're great design inspiration for small lot homes. The winner, or Dream Designer of 2016, will receive a trip for two to Tokyo, Japan including return flights, twin share accommodation, design tour itinerary and $1,000 spending money bring the prize value to around $8,000 (depending on currency and airfare fluctuations).
The winning entry will be showcased on the James Hardie and Scyon Walls websites and promoted on social media and PR. The winner will be promoted as the NABD and James Hardie Dream Designer of The Year 2016.
Entries will be judged on the quality of the overall project in either of two categories:
1. Warm Climate OR 2. Cold Climate
Assessment will be based on, but not limited to the following elements:
- Design innovation & flair.
- Visual appeal, street appeal and the use of Scyon Walls cladding. (Visit scyon.com.au for design ideas).
- Innovation and original design solutions.
- Design effectiveness in considering future housing needs.
- The relationship between internal and external spaces and the use of HardieDeck. (Visit HardieDeck.com.au for inspiration).
- Livability and clever use of space. Australian character in the design.
- Environmental Sustainability and passive design and energy efficiency.
Entries have now closed, register your interest for future communications here.
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