Total prize pool:
₹ 1,08,000



From finding shelter in caves, to creating large-scale built environments for various purposes, human-kind evolved considerably and so did spatial culture. Farming paved the way for civilizations to thrive, which led to the creation of landscaping and planning. This entailed accommodating different functions, such as dwellings, community areas, farmlands, trading areas, waterbodies, and pathways amongst others. Longevity of settlements depended upon a successful correlation between these functions. As settlements grew, so did technologies and innovations used to enhance individual functions, which paved the way for the creation of buildings for residential, commercial, institutional or public areas, and infrastructure such as roads, highways, dams, bridges, etc. As the overall quality of life became healthier, people invested more time to enhance their personal spaces and user experience on little things. This commenced the way for innovations in interior and product design.

This gradual, albeit inevitable series of events gave rise to primarily three tiers of built environment sciences- Interior & product design, architecture & engineering, and urban planning & landscaping. This is a testament to our superior will, but also exposed our ignorance towards achieving a healthy natural environment. Often, a built environment negatively impacts its surroundings as well as comfortable living, evident in its incongruent individual functions and exploitation of resources. These issues often get overlooked, until they are documented and made aware.

With the advent of the internet and social media, coupled with innovations in handheld equipment, such as cameras and mobile phones, documentation and spreading information has never been easier and more accessible. Whether they are movies, documentaries, reels, tutorials, current affairs, or showcasing good, bad and the ugly, videos have become the best sources of information and one of the most accessible in recent times. Getting “viral” is the latest trend in this age of information.



Create a video, not more than two minutes long, on one of the following themes:
1. Interior or product design
2. Architecture
3. Urban design/Landscaping/Infrastructure

The video may document innovations, critique, impact, usefulness/wastefulness, user experience, case studies, projects, general information, history, comparisons, design process, etc. on any one of the above themes. You may even relate one or more themes with each other, if need be, for your choice of subject. The subject of the video should exist in the real world, or hypothesized for real-world applications.

Videos should include audio/music/voiceovers, wherever necessary.

Care should be taken to provide 100% original content, no plagiarism or copyright infringement.

The video, if selected, should be editable, and upon submission will become the exclusive property of Glaztower Private Limited. The video submitted should have a Glaztower watermark of a specific dimension in the right corner of the video.

This is open to all students, including school, college/university students.



The above videos are a perfect example of each category (interior design and architecture) a possible award winning entry for the competition.

**We do not own any part of the above videos. Shown as a reference.

Internship for Winners



2 x 1st Prizes
Rs 24,000

3 x 2nd Prizes
Rs 12,000

4 x 3rd Prizes
Rs 6,000

Plus certificate of excellence from GlazTower.
Mega display & announcement along with
photographs of winners on Glaztower website.

Winners shall be offered internship in Glaztower
Registration deadline- 15th August, 11:59pm

**Registration can be considered on request to