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Enter the Not Just a Container Shipping Container Design Competition!April 9th, 2011

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Set to open on Fulton Mall in downtown Brooklyn this summer, the Dekalb Market will bring together creative entrepreneurs in a community setting. The new market will be housed in a collection of salvaged shipping containers and will include an incubator farm, a food market, an events and performance venue, and a collection of eateries and work-sell spaces. The Not Just a Container contest challenges entrepreneurs to design the most creative and innovative uses for a shipping container in a downtown Brooklyn retail location. Uses for the space include, but are not limited to: a farm structure, a store, an art installation, work-sell space, a restaurant, and sports and music venues. Entries will be judged on the following criteria: design quality, sustainability, community impact, and entrepreneurship. The winner will receive six months free rent at Dekalb Market, and $3,000 for the design and construction. Submissions will be accepted until April 9th – enter yours today!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
April 9th, 2011

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
April 9th, 2011

LINK:
http://www.dekalbmarket.com

AWARD/PRIZE

Six months free rent at Dekalb Market, $3,000 for design and construction, one year memberships to 3rd Ward and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Designs must conform to an 8’ wide by 20’ long by 9.5’ high ISO steel shipping container. Second and third prizes may be awarded to conceptual entries but 1st prize will be awarded to a buildable entry. External interventions, depending upon specifics, may or may not be possible to implement on site.

JURY

Alex Goldmark, Good.is; Carl Hum, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce; Derek Denckla, Added Value; Jason goodman, 3rd Ward; Josh Rubin, Cool Hunting; Kelvin Collins, NYC Business Solutions; Morgan Evans, Etsy; Piers Fawkes, PSFK; Rachel Wharton, Edible; Sarah Beatty, Green Depot; Tamara McCaw, BAM; Thomas Kosbau, ORE DESIGN

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