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Design It: Shelter Competition

Son Başvuru Tarihi: 23 Ağustos 2009
İletişim
Web Sitesi: www.guggenheim.org/new-...
Yarışma SonuçlarıPeople''s Prize Winner
CBS - Cork Block Shelter
David Mares, Setúbal, Portugal

Juried Prize Winner
SeaShelter
David Eltang, Aarhus, Denmark

Yarışma BilgileriOn the occasion of the exhibitions Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward and Learning By Doing, the Guggenheim and Google SketchUp invite amateur and professional designers from around the world to enter Design It: Shelter Competition. From now until August 23, you can submit a 3-D shelter for any location in the world using Google SketchUp and Google Earth.

Project Specs

Location
You can build your shelter anywhere on Earth: from city to desert, hill to valley. You cannot remove any existing buildings, but you can add on to existing structures.

Size
Keep your shelter small-the interior/sheltered space can be no larger than 100 square feet (9,3 square meters), and no taller than 12 feet (3,6 meters).

Amenitites
Your shelter must offer protection from the elements and provide a space for one person to study and sleep. Keep it simple-no water, gas or electricity allowed.

How to Enter
To participate in the contest, follow these steps:

- Download Google SketchUp and Google Earth for free. Both are available for both Windows and Macintosh computers.
- Use Google SketchUp to design a shelter for a particular location on the planet. Give your model a precise geographic location with Google Earth. (View the SketchUp tutorial page for instructions.)
- Upload your geographically-located SketchUp shelter to the Google 3D Warehouse.
- Export at least one (and as many as four) views of your model as JPEG images and upload them when you''re submitting your entry. (JPEGs should be at least 235 pixels wide but no larger than 720 pixels wide.)
- Export an animation of your shelter as a video and upload it to YouTube. (The animation is optional. Keep in mind, though, that in Google Earth, viewers will only be able to see the outside of the shelter-an animation is a great way to present a more detailed view of your design.)
- Write a description (in English) of your shelter and how it integrates into the location where you placed it (limited to 70 words).
- Fill out the submission form on the Guggenheim Web site.

Overview of Prizes
People''s Prize

- Trip for two to New York City (includes airfare and hotel accommodations for two nights)
- Behind-the-scenes tour of the Guggenheim Museum and the Google Offices
- Free admission to other NYC museums
- Google SketchUp Pro license (495 Dollars value)

Juried Prize
- 1.000 Dollars cash prize
- Trip for two to New York City (includes airfare and hotel accommodations for two nights)
- Behind-the-scenes tour of the Guggenheim Museum and the Google Offices
- Free admission to other NYC museums
- Google SketchUp Pro license (495 Dollars value)

Jury
- Aidan Chopra, Product Evangelist, Google SketchUp
- Martin Cox, Principal, Bade Stageberg Cox
- Neil M. Denari, Principal, Neil M. Denari Architects
- Cathleen McGuigan, Contributor, Newsweek
- Victor Sidy, Dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture
- Lisa Strausfeld, Partner, Pentagram
- David van der Leer, Assistant Curator of Architecture and Design, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Competition Schedule

You can submit your design from now until August 23. After the submission period, current Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture students will select a group of finalists. Public voting on these finalists opens on September 7 and runs until October 10. On October 21, 2009, the People''s Prize will be announced along with a special Juried Prize chosen by a jury of experts.

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