The challenge for an “all around” design is to make it interesting from every angle. Not the same from every side but interesting from every side.
These designs are most commonly staged on a plinth, cube or mesh provided by the competition organisers. They are merely staging (in place of a bench or table) with the design having a designated sizing that may be different to the staging e.g. a plinth 40cm x 100cm with the design being allocated 1m square.
So it’s very important to read the schedule to keep your design to the required sizing as well as making the best use possible of the staging provided.
Take a look at some of the designs below to see what I mean.
Click on the Class title link so you can read and see how the design was constructed, the staging requirements and the judging comments.