This latest competition invites creatives from all around the world to imagine Marstopia - the first human colony on Mars - and in doing so, begin to define Martian vernacular design.
Science and technological advances are currently paving the way to Mars but despite dates being set for missions to the Red Planet, there is still a huge gap in the field of Martian architecture and extra-terrestrial design.
What should Martian architecture look like? Do you see the colonisation of Mars as an exciting prospect, or as a step too far? Is living on Mars an inspiring Utopia or a questionable Dystopia? You decide.
Whatever your stance, this competition provides a platform for creative expression on the future of design and architecture beyond our planet.
Eleven’s latest competition challenges architects, designers and visionaries to engage with this hot topic, inviting them to conceptualize their visions of Marstopia and opening up the debate of Martian colonization to the creative fields.
Marstopia is open to all creatives – both professionals and/or students – from around the world, who can participate individually or in a team of up to four people.
The competition officially opens for registration on Saturday the 11th of November 2017 and closes on the 11th of March 2018 at 11:00am (UK Time). Awarded entries will be officially announced on the 11th of May 2018.
For more information on Eleven’s Marstopia challenge and to register, please visit here.
About the Organizers
Marstopia is Eleven’s ninth international competition to date. Since their creation in mid-2015, the challenges launched by this UK based magazine and creative agency have received great international success. Previous challenges have been exhibited in Europe and the USA, published in multiple international magazines such as the Architecture Review, the AJ, Dezeen, Archdaily and Designboom, and have been featured in Bustler’s ‘Top-10 Best Competitions of the Year Awards’ in both 2015 and 2016.
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