Dwell Magazine and Inhabitat.com are pleased to announce the first ever Reburbia competition: a design competition dedicated to re-envisioning the suburbs.
With the current housing crisis, the sub-prime mortgage meltdown, and rising energy costs, the future of suburbia looks bleak. Suburban communities in central California, Arizona and Florida are desolate and decaying, with for sale and foreclosure signs dotting many lawns. According to the US Census, about 90% of all metropolitan growth occurred in suburban communities in the last ten years. Urbanites who loathe the freeways, big box stores and bland aesthetics stereotypical of suburbia may secretly root for the end of sprawl, but demographic trends indicate that exurban growth is still on the rise.
For details on the Competition and how to enter go to the Re-Burbia Competition Website
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Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
“Designs for the Pier Head
Southend PierSouthend Borough Council working with the Landscape Institute are running an international competition to design a new landscape and buildings for the pier head at Southend Pier.
The competition will seek to bring forward designs to reinvigorate the pier head and turn it once more into a major attraction for both tourists and residents.
Designers will be challenged to develop the pier head in a manner that builds on the town’s cultural attractions and also makes the most of its important heritage.”
For more information on the competition go to the competition page
SOURCE: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
WORLD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT is not involved in this design competition in any way. Please contract the organisers Southend-on-Sea Borough Council for more information about the competition.
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Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) has launched a competition using Youtube to promote landscape architecture.
The creative competition is open anyone living in Canada who is over 18 years old.
A video must be less than 3 minutes and be submitted for entry by 31st July 2009.
Download the Competition Guidelines (PDF linked from CSLA)
WORLDLANDSCAPEARCHITECT.COM IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS COMPETITION.
PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANISERS – CANADIAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS WITH ANY QUESTIONS
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