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ANNOUNCING…The REBURBIA DESIGN COMPETITION!
Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On July 8, 2009 @ 5:30 pm In Announcements,Green Design Competitions | 1 Comment
With the current housing crisis, the sub-prime mortgage meltdown, and rising energy costs, the future of suburbia looks bleak. Foreclosure signs are the new lawn ornaments and the Obama administration is reportedly considering plans to raze sections of 50 economically depressed US cities, condensing these towns’ shrinking populations . It is obvious that a change is necessary, which is why Dwell Magazine  and Inhabitat.com  are reaching out to all future-forward architects, urban designers, renegade planners and imaginative engineers to enter your visions for a brighter more sustainable suburban future in the ReBurbia  competition.
Could YOUR design change the landscape of America?
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. The grand prize winner will be featured on Inhabitat.com, Dwell.com and in the December issue of Dwell Magazine. 2 runners up and a ‘Reader’s Choice’ winner will also be selected, based on the popular vote online. The 2nd prize winner, 3rd prize winner, and ‘Reader’s Choice’ winner will all also be featured in the December issue of Dwell magazine.
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 Obama administration is reportedly considering plans to raze sections of 50 economically depressed US cities, condensing these towns’ shrinking populations: http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/06/22/us-government-may-bulldoze-50-cities-create-more-green-space/
 Dwell Magazine: http://www.dwell.com/
 Inhabitat.com: http://www.inhabitat.com
 ReBurbia: http://www.re-burbia.com/
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