There is just one week left to enter Dezeen and MINI Living's competition to design an urban home of the future, which closes on Monday 10 September 2018.
Update: This competition is now closed and the shortlisted designs have been revealed. The winners will be announced on Dezeen on 17 January 2019.
The Future Urban Home Competition is calling on Dezeen readers to imagine how our cities will change over the next century and to design an urban home for 100 years in the future.
The full brief and details of how to enter are available here.
MINI Living explores creative use of space
MINI launched the MINI Living project with the aim to translate one of the car brand's key design principles – the creative use of space – into real architectural solutions for how people live, work and interact in cities.
Looking predominantly at small spaces, the project seeks to answer urban challenges in a way that combines the brand's design knowledge with the spirit of experience and fun under the maxim: "big life, small footprint".
For the competition, we are looking for conceptual designs that respond to this maxim and propose innovative solutions that make the most of available space.
We are also asking entrants to consider what other challenges cities could face in 100 years' time and to design an urban home concept that responds creatively to those issues.
Competition winner gets £5,000
The competition is free to enter to anyone aged 18 or over. Professional designers, studios, non-designers, students and teams are all invited to participate.
A selection of the best designs will be published on Dezeen, with total prize money of £10,000 available for the top three designs: £5,000 for the winner, £3,000 for the runner up and £2,000 for third place.
How to enter
For more information on how to enter the competition, visit dezeen.com/miniliving/competition.
The competition will close at 23:59pm on Monday 10 September 2018 and the winners will be announced in October 2018.
Please read the competition terms and conditions before entering.