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Autodesk FLUX Design Competition

Submission

Software

  • Use of the following Autodesk software products is required:
    • Autodesk® Revit® Architecture software
    • Autodesk® Ecotect® Analysis (optional)
    • Autodesk® Project Vasari (optional)
    • Autodesk® 3ds Max Design (optional)
  • Students can download free* versions of the software at the Autodesk Education Community.

*Free products are subject to the terms and conditions of the end-user license agreement that accompanies download fo the software. THe software is for personal use for education purposes and is not intended for classroom or lab use

Entry requirements

  • Entrants will be prompted to include their name, contact details and architecture course information on the online entry form. Note that this information will not be visible when the people’s choice competition is active – viewers will only see the designs
  • All designs must have a tile (eg. Kit Home 101)
  • 150 word supporting text describing the structure, highlighting the sustainable components, and how the space will be used and installed (on mass) at the site
  • Entries must be submitted electronically via www.architecture.com.au\emergencykit

Revit File Requirements (20MB max file size)

  • As well as the model of the house, the Revit file must include the following information:
    • 1:100 Floor Plans
    • 1:100 Elevations - Must show the overall design aesthetic and appropriateness of structure for surrounding community (drawings can be line drawings or renderings showing straight-on views or perspectives of at least two facades).
    • 1:100 Sections - Must show cross-section through main space. Section(s) should be cut through building to emphasize space or show structural aspects important to understanding the building.
    • 1:20 Detail Drawings as required
    • Renderings - Image(s) should show the overall character of the house

PDF File Requirements (10MB max file size)

  • A3 Landscape Documentation Set including (as a minimum):
    • 1:100 Floor Plans
    • 1:100 Elevations - Must show the overall design aesthetic and appropriateness of structure for surrounding community (drawings can be line drawings or renderings showing straight-on views or perspectives of at least two facades).
    • 1:100 Sections - Must show cross-section through main space. Section(s) should be cut through building to emphasize space or show structural aspects important to understanding the building.
    • 1:20 Detail Drawings as required
  • A4 Building Analysis Booklet including: (10MB PDF – max file size)
    • Diagrams - Should show the home’s ability to be constructed on-site (details, exploded axonometrics, construction stages, and so on).
    • Natural Day Lighting Analysis for Two Seasons - Winter and summer solstices
    • Solar Ray Projection Study- North facing building envelope through glazed opening. Winter and summer solstices’ at 12 noon. Show snapshots from sectional view.