UIA INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION

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How can architectural design actively and passively positively influence HEALTH-PROMOTION; CARE-giving & SEEKING behaviour; and DISEASE-PREVENTION for a real site at Warwick Junction, in Durban in South Africa?

The site provides an interesting setting to consider how – through architectural intervention – health-promoting, disease-preventing and care-seeking can be fostered through the three UIA 2014 Congress sub-themes of RESILIENCE, ECOLOGY, and VALUES.

Project submission by 31 March; shortlist May; winners announced August
Read more www.uia2014durban.org

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