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INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION

SENSORY MUSEUM 2023

RESULTS!

Foreword

We are thrilled to announce the results of the second edition of the Sensory Museum Design competition, organized by Archiol. This competition has been a remarkable journey into the fascinating world of sensory architecture and its profound impact on human psychology. Through this competition, we sought to explore the boundless possibilities that exist within the realm of sensory design, and we have not been disappointed.

The response to this year's competition has been overwhelming, with participants from diverse backgrounds and regions, each bringing their unique perspectives and creativity to the forefront. The entries we received demonstrated a profound commitment to pushing the boundaries of architectural design, blending innovation, sustainability, and a profound awareness of the human experience.

As we announce the results today, it is important to acknowledge that every participant has contributed to the broader conversation about sensory architecture. Your vision and dedication have not only enriched this competition but have also inspired us to continue exploring the uncharted territories of architectural design.

Scroll down to check the winning entries:

Top 3

FIRST

Yejin Jeon, Yuna Kim & Seongeun Kim

South Korea

SECOND

Chuchu Chen

U.S.

THIRD

Pranav Batra, Deepanjana Das & Het Parikh

India

FIRST PRIZE WINNER

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Journey with Dante

Yejin Jeon, Yuna Kim & Seongeun Kim

South Korea

JURY COMMENTS

This entry appears to have understood the brief well and designed accordingly; allowing the sensorial experience of the spatial dimensions mirror the human journey. Very interesting concept and form development. Thought provoking and appropriate. I thoroughly enjoyed reviewing this entry.
-Sunanda Satwah

Highly original and creative concept. Design philosophies are artfully communicated through the overall architectural compostion, both externally and internally through the exhibition design. The contrast between the minimal external aesthetic and the sensory richness of the interior is an excellent reflection of the core design philosophy. A more diverse consideration of the sensory experience could have further enhanced the design.
-Ayman Hassanen

SECOND PRIZE WINNER