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SHIFT launches wayfinding design competition for Raleigh’s Capital Area GreenwayFebruary 28th, 2015

SHIFT, SHIFT Navigation, ncsu sasla, sasla, placemaking, Wayfinding, Raleigh, Wayfinding competition, student competition, Raleigh Capital Area Greenway

North Carolina State University’s SASLA chapter launched SHIFT: navigation, a wayfinding design competition that invites students from around the world to propose signage solutions for one of two strategically pre-selected sites along Raleigh’s Capital Area Greenway. Participants should approach navigation as an opportunity for placemaking and as a vehicle for sparking great dialogue about community design. In addition to cash prizes for the top two navigational aids, SHIFT: navigation will work with the designers of the two winning entries to fabricate these solutions in whatever ways the design requires, and then share them with decision makers throughout the city.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
February 28th, 2015

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
February 28th, 2015

LINK:
http://shiftncsu.wordpress.com/shift-navigation/

AWARD/PRIZE

In addition to cash prizes for the top two navigational aids, SHIFT: navigation will work with the designers of the two winning entries to fabricate these solutions in whatever ways the design requires, and then share them with decision makers throughout our city. Finally, we will recognize the top eight submissions by installing their competition boards in strategic spaces throughout Raleigh, publicizing their designs in a digital manuscript and hosting it online, and featuring their work at a gallery show in downtown Raleigh

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Email submissions to [email protected] Please include a contact name and contact info.

JURY

Julieta T. Sherk, PLA Chair of Raleigh Appearance Commission

Paul F. Morris, FASLA

President and CEO Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Kimberly Siran, RLA, LEED AP

Chair, Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Greenway Advisory Board

Mike Dayton

Chair Raleigh Bicycle Advisory Board

Matt Tomasulo, LEED AP

Founder and Chief Instigator at Walk [Your] City

Charles A. “Chuck” Flink, FASLA

President of Greenways Incorporated

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