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H O M E 2123


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Wednesday, 10 January, 2024

Competition Introduction

Archiol Competitions has organized this third edition of the future Home - design competition to understand the possibilities of residential architecture in the future and to test the skill of imagination in architecture.
Home 2123 is an architecture design competition organised by archiol competitions. In this competition, we invite architects and designers to explore and envision the idea of home in the year 2123. As we progress into the future, technological advancements, environmental concerns, and evolving social dynamics will reshape our concept of what constitutes a home. This competition aims to push the boundaries of imagination and innovation while addressing the challenges and opportunities of the 22nd century.
The "Home 2123" Architecture Design Competition challenges participants to envision the future of home design by integrating advanced technologies, environmental sustainability, adaptability, community, and human well-being. By participating in this competition, you have the opportunity to shape the concept of home for generations to come. We look forward to witnessing your visionary ideas and transformative designs.

"To create, one must first question everything."
-Eileen Gray

The primary objective of this competition is to encourage participants to reimagine the concept of home in the year 2123, considering the following aspects:
1. Technological Integration: Envision the integration of advanced technologies within homes, such as artificial intelligence, automation, augmented reality, renewable energy systems, and sustainable building materials.
2. Environmental Sustainability: Design homes that are environmentally responsible, considering aspects like energy efficiency, waste reduction, water conservation, and integration with natural surroundings.
3. Adaptability and Flexibility: Create homes that can adapt to changing needs and lifestyles, allowing for multi-functional spaces, modular structures, and customizable features to accommodate various family sizes, generations, and activities.
4. Community and Connectivity: Explore how homes can foster a sense of community and interconnectedness, considering shared spaces, collaborative environments, and opportunities for social interaction within neighborhoods and urban contexts.
5. Human Well-being: Prioritize the physical and mental well-being of residents through the incorporation of biophilic design principles, ample natural light, ergonomic features, indoor air quality optimization, and spaces that promote health, relaxation, and personal growth.

• This competition is open to all.
• You can participate individually or as a team (Maximum 4 members in a team)