March 1, 2016
GRAPHISOFT North America announces an exciting student design competition that challenges you to position Philadelphia’s rich history in front of the millions of tourists who visit it annually. The City of Brotherly Love hosts dozens of concerts, conventions, sporting events, and festivals – so the draw is there, but what the city lacks are temporary mobile visitor centers that can be brought to those venues and welcome event attendees.
In this national one-stage competition – all US-based architecture students (graduate or undergraduate) will be challenged to develop and design a mobile visitors’ center using shipping containers which could be constructed in various locations around the city of Philadelphia.
A total of $3,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners.
For additional information or questions about the competition, please contact Rita Hicks, GRAPHISOFT North America email@example.com
Brought to you by GRAPHISOFT North America, makers of ARCHICAD, and noted architectural and engineering firm, Kitchen & Associates, and proudly supported by AIA West Jersey, a section of AIA New Jersey.
By Bruce Turner AIA | Posted in Architecture in NJ, Architecture Students, BIM (Information Modeling), Emerging Professionals, Members & the Community, Technology in Practice | Tagged: AIA West Jersey, ARCHICAD, Design Competition, GRAPHISOFT, Kitchen & Associates, philadelphia | Comments (0)
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