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Let it Snow – Humanitarian DesignFebruary 9th, 2011

Tesseract Humanitarian Design is asking you to design for the homeless this winter. You can focus on designing for the temporary, ie. the people who will be spending just one or two nights on the streets, or the more long term ie people who will have to spend quite a while sleeping rough. Things you can consider might include warmth, security, easy mobility, low cost, and how could your idea could be distributed or implemented in our cities.

Entries will be accepted from students, professionals, children and pensioners — all are welcome!

February 9th, 2011

February 9th, 2011



Half the money collected from entries will be sent straight to Anusaran to fund their building project in West Delhi. The other half of the money goes to the competition winner, as decided by a panel of tutors from Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen. The prize will be awarded via pay-pal, or a viable alternative if that’s an issue.


The entry fee is £3. This is a concept competition - asking for just ONE image (ideally A3 sized) which explains your idea, with minimal written explanation. A maximum of 100 words can be included on your image to help explain your concept quickly.