To achieve this objective, Ishik University have identified five “target issues” that aim to clarify principles for targeting Smart Sustainable Innovation. These “target issues” serve as evaluation criteria for projects submitted for NICE Awards
Innovation and smart systems- Progress
Projects must demonstrate innovative and smart approaches to sustainable development, Innovative concepts regarding design, integration of materials and methods, structure, enclosure and mechanical systems.
Resource and environmental performance-Planet
Projects must exhibit a sensible use and management of natural resources throughout their entire life cycle. Local material and energy saving, should be an integral part of the design philosophy.
Economic viability and compatibility – Prosperity
Projects must be economically feasible and having a positive impact on society and the environment. Avoiding the wasteful consumption of material resources, and reduce energy consumption.
Contextual and aesthetic impact – Place
Projects must convey a standard of architectural quality as a prevalent form of cultural expression. With space, form and aesthetic impact of utmost significance, the material manifestation of the design must make a positive and lasting contribution to the physical, human and cultural environment.
Designer and contact details of all team members with his/her/their images (Res. no less than 300dpi.)
Technical details: location, dimensions, materials, costs and other key data
Project summary: background and project concept sketches/(text up to 500 characters)
Statements response to the “target issues” for smart sustainable innovation. (2 statements up to 500 characters each)
5-10 project images (high resolution image files with captions)