REBURBIA

A Suburban Design  Competition

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REBURBIA COMPETITION

Design can change the world

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HOW TO ENTER THE REBURBIA COMPETITION

 

Calling all future-forward architects, urban designers, renegade planners and imaginative engineers.

Show us how you would re-invent the suburbs!

We want to see how you’d design future-proof spaces and systems using the suburban structures of the present, from small-scale retrofits to large-scale restoration—the wilder the better!

You can submit as many entries as you like, but each individual entry should be focused on one singular design problem/solution.

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Prizes

GRAND PRIZE 
+ $1000 cash prize
+ Feature in December issue of Dwell Magazine
+ Editorial feature on Dwell.com & Inhabitat.com

1 Readers Choice Winner and 2 Runners Up (Second and Third Place)
+ Feature in December issue of Dwell Magazine
+ Editorial feature on Dwell.com

 

Out of the twenty top finalists, one grand prize winner will be chosen by the judges to receive the $1000 cash prize and the highest honor of the competition.

Judges

She created Inhabitat in the Spring of 2005 as a way to catalog her ongoing search for new ways to improve the world through forward-thinking, high-tech, and environmentally conscious design.

JILL FEHRENBACHER

She brings her background in sustainability, food, and new media into her work on Dwell’s Off the Grid and Square Meal sections.

SARAH RICH

His first book, “Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn” was published by Metropolis Books in 2008, and in 2009 Evil Twin Publications presents ”The Sundown Salon Unfolding Archive” documenting the series of events held in Haeg’s geodesic dome home base in the hills of Los Angeles.

FRITZ HAEG

York’s School of Visual Arts, and the Australian National Architecture Conference. Geoff has been described as “the world’s greatest living practitioner of ‘architecture fiction’” by novelist Bruce Sterling and one of the 50 “most influential architects, designers, and thinkers” in the field today by Icon.

GEOFF MANAUGH