Students from Berkeley Green UTC are well represented in the shortlist of the Home of 2030 Young Persons’ Challenge.
Students from Harlow College are in the shortlist for the Home of 2030 Young Persons’ Challenge.
The team from Oxted School made the shortlist of the Young Persons’ Challenge with a modular housing system that takes inspiration from hexagonal shapes derived from biomimicry.
The results of a wide-reaching public engagement exercise designed to understand and provide new insight into what people need from their homes has been launched today by Design Council.
Two teams from London South Bank University have been shortlisted in the 18-25 yrs age group category of the Home of 2030 Young Persons’ Challenge.
Many congratulations to the three teams from the University of Wales Trinity St David (UWTSD) who have been shortlisted in the 18-25 years category in the Home of 2030 Young Persons’ Challenge.
We received a fantastic response to the first phase of the competition, with many interesting entries submitted.
Five students from King Ecgbert School in Sheffield entered the Home of 2030 Young Persons’ Challenge with individual entries in the 11-14 years age group.
Congratulations to the team from Sheffield Hallam University who have made it through to the final of the Young Persons’ Challenge.
Our second showcase of the work submitted for the Home of 2030 Young Persons’ Challenge comes from Nottingham Girls’ Academy.