Here’s what you need to include in your proposal

Here's what you need to include in your proposal

Participants submitting proposed solutions for one dwelling unit shall include:

  1. Pros and Cons: Evaluate the pros and cons of the proposed solutions.
  2. Post-Application Impact: Describe the solutions’ impact on the dwelling concerning Thermal comfort, Versatility, and Customizability.
  3. Material Specifications: Provide detailed specifications including size (sq.mts), thickness, shelf life, maintenance frequency, thermal conductivity, weight, and other technical information of the proposed materials.
  4. Structural Requirements: Outline the required structural components, joinery techniques, and how different materials will be bound together.
  5. Cost Analysis: Include the existing cost of proposed materials.
  6. Environmental Considerations: Discuss environmental impacts and sustainability aspects of the proposed solutions.

Participants are encouraged to propose solutions that include charts, sketches, concept diagrams, prototype models, photo montages, 3D axonometric/isometric views/renderings (Provide views showing the transformation of the dwelling unit before and after view including exploded views of joinery) for better execution and longevity, floor plans, elevations, and sections (Specifically highlighting the proposed solutions).

The drawings in the submission need not necessarily be on a scale as long as they have relevant dimensions mentioned. These elements should represent the proposed solutions comprehensively and effectively.