FAQ - Corridor Reuse Design Challenge
This list will continue to develop during the course of the competition. FAQs will be added to and answered as new questions arise.
In an effort to keep the judging process very fair our judges will not actually know if the submissions they are reviewing were completed by teams or by an individual. Only one person from each team needs to send the final submission to email@example.com. You may provide the email addresses of all team members in the body of your email. The competition organizer will be the only one to see this information. If your submission is selected as a winner you will receive an email to the same address you sent your submission with. At this point we will ask for more information about the participant or the team members.
How do I mention we are submitting as a team?
I’m not a designer - can I still participate?
Yes! We welcome all submissions. This challenge invites creative thinking from multiple disciplines.
I did not register - can I still submit a proposal?
Yes, all submissions will be reviewed whether or not you are registered. It is highly recommended that all team members register online in order to receive updates and important information. Register for free anytime before February 4th, 2019 at www.scout-ltd.com/hallways.
There are no fees. Registration and submission are free.
Are there any costs or fees for participants?
There will be no formal site visits to Bok before or during the competition however the first floor of the building is public during business hours with a coffee shop, BBQ restaurant, butcher shop, bike shop, and event space, and weddings. Every Wednesday at 5:00pm there is a guided building tour open to the public. The tour will not answer specific competition questions but can answer general questions about the building
Can I visit the site?
Questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. All relevant questions will be added to this FAQ page and updated on the website.
Is there someone I can contact directly for more information?
Anyone can participate in this competition individually, as a pair, or with a team. We believe that the greatest ideas are created collaboratively so we encourage group work but welcome all participants. We recommend that all team members register online.
Do I have to register with a team?
If you are a student who is also working professionally you still qualify for the ‘student’ category if you are an actively enrolled student. All undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral level students who are actively enrolled in a school for the duration of the competition (December 3rd, 2018 - February 4th, 2019) may participate in the student category.
I’m a student but I also work in a professional setting - do I submit in the student or professional category?
Yes. Submissions will be accepted any date between December 3rd, 2018 and February 4th, 2019, however the review of submissions will not begin until February 5th, 2019.
Can I submit my proposal before the submission deadline (February 4th, 2019 by 11:59 PM EST)?
This file can be opened in programs that work with .dwg drawing files such as CAD or Rhino. This file is also saved in a PDF format, titled ‘General Plan.pdf’.