Eligability criteria for the Spaciux Design Award is explained in detail; ineligability and disqualification conditions are also given in this page.
The competition is open to participation from Indian and international companies, open to participation from Indian and international individuals, open to professionals, open to awarded works, open to previously published works, open to teams, open to companies. Any individual, group or business will qualify.
Designers, students and professional individuals can only submit their own designs.
Independent participants and designers do not need to have a patent to submit works and previously patented designs can also be submitted.
Entrants may be individuals, teams or companies.
Companies can submit designs with the relevant list of designers only; anonymous submissions from companies are denied. Companies have to write down a list of people that took part in the design process, there is no limit on the list. There is no age limit for joining the competition however entrants must have a legal representative if they are under legal age.
There is not a restriction on the country of origin of the participants. Designs can be in hand-made / manual sketches, renderings, blue-prints, technicals and in any media that makes sense. There is not a restriction on how designers express their designs however there is a pre-defined format for submissions.
Restrictions based on Age of Entries
Entries are suggested to be realized or designed in the last 10 years to take part in the competition, however this is not a hard restriction; we will accept your entry if it is older than 10 years.
Terms and conditions:
Entry works that violate the proceeding conditions shall be disqualified;
Participants shall be liable for claims by third parties resulting from the infringement.
Designs that create hatred or violate law in any way are disqualified. If a violation is discovered after the selection process, the applicant will lose all his/her rights to the competition.
The designs should appear anonymous; there should not be any marks on the submitted designs displaying the name of an entrant, his or her school or firm or logo, or any other symbol that could identify the entrant.
There is a very high risk of disqualification if you write anything on images (all the text should be submitted through the submission interface).