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Enter the ‘Architecture at Zero’ Competition and Design a Zero Net Energy BuildingNovember 29th, 2011

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ARCHITECTURE AT ZERO is an international open ideas competition that focuses on the specific challenges of creating urban zero net energy (ZNE) buildings. The competition, presented by AIA San Francisco in collaboration with PG&E, is looking for creative and feasible approaches to urban ZNE building to broaden the conversation around how a zero net energy project will be approached now and in the future. Furthermore, it seeks to raise the profile of ZNE building among built-environment professionals, students, and the general public in California and beyond. $25,000 in total prize money will be awarded, there will be at least two awards given – one for a student entry, and one for a professional entry. Final decisions and prize money distribution will be made solely by the jury. Entries must be submitted by November 29, 2011.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
November 29th, 2011

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
November 29th, 2011

LINK:
http://www.architectureatzero.com

AWARD/PRIZE

$25,000 in total prize money will be awarded. There will be at least two awards given, one for a student entry and one for a professional entry. Final decisions and prize money distribution will be made solely by the jury.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Register online here.

JURY

- Susan Szenasy: Editor in Chief, Metropolis Magazine
- Allison Williams, FAIA: Principal at Perkins + Will
- Bob Berkebile, FAIA: Principal at BNIM Architects
- Stephen Selkowitz: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
- Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA: Brooks + Scarpa Architecture

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