Competitors will be expected to demonstrate how they have worked in a sustainable way through their designs, sourcing of materials and worked resourceful. On the day of the competition, competitors will be expected to demonstrate the ability to create, visualise, rationalise and implement their 2D design into a 3D window display.
A general pre-competition briefing/familiarisation will be given, exampling the materials and equipment that available to utilise in the competition. The briefing will also communicate health and safety and general house-keeping rules. Work stations will be set up for each competitor with tools. Questions will be facilitated by technical staff.
A verbal presentation (min 2-4 mins) will also be given at the end of the competition.
Maximum number of entries submitted by a single organisation is 5 students.
On this page you will find a copy of the competition brief. You should refer to this document for further information relating to the content of the competition and a guide to the marking scheme, entry criteria and competition rules. Joining instructions can also be found here, along with the locations of the competitions.
Should you require further information please contact the competition organiser, details for whom will be within the competition brief.
Registrations close on Friday 25 October 2019.
This competition is not currently open to registration.