Competition: The Mechanics


  1. All participants must be a bonafide student of their respective schools and must be 3rd and 4th
    year Interior Design students during the period of the competition (Sept – November). Certificates of enrolment from the Registrar’s Office or other proofs of enrolment must be submitted together with the selected entries.
  2. Each school can submit a maximum of five (5) individual participants.
  3. All entries must be original and feasible based on the guidelines provided in this manual.
  4. Entries are to be shortlisted and submitted by the school on or before October 16, 2020. From there,
    the judges will select TOP 10 entries.
  5. All participants will be provided a download link for the Student License version of 3DS Max
  6. Technical sponsor will conduct free tutorials and open-line support
  7. Students to submit complete requirements (items 1-6).
  8. Top 10 will be given a chance to refine their walk-through file using available design library from sponsors.
  9. Top 10 may revise item 6 (Bill of Materials and Quantities) based on sponsors’ inventory and pricing.
  10. Top 10 will be assigned mentors from Design Firms. Mentors will guide them through project planning, value-engineering and detailing.
  11. The Top 10 will also be required to submit a Video Blog of their design process. Vlog should be 2 minutes in length, should contain student’s explanation of his/her design, behind the scenes footage, and the final output (3D walkthrough).
  12. Final entries will then be uploaded into the EDV website, linking from the social media pages. Number of likes on social media will also be used as criteria for the computation of points.