Diane Pham

LifeEdited Challenges Individuals to Cut Down on Possessions

by , 11/10/10

Design competitions, green design competitions, nyc architecure, nyc design, treehugger, life edited, graham hill

If there is one good thing that has come out of the global economic meltdown, it has been the movement away from a culture of excess. Our friend and founder of TreeHugger, Graham Hill recently launched LifeEdited, a crowd-sourced design contest that challenges you to come up with innovative designs for low-carbon living in a compact 420 square foot apartment. They’re looking for innovative solutions for small-space living — from the ruthless editing of possessions to digitizing your life, using sharing systems, transforming furniture and ultra low-energy appliances. If you have a smart design, submit it today – all entries are due by January 10, 2011 and the winning concept will be used in a real-life renovation of a 420 sq ft apartment in New York City next year. Additionally, a total $70,000 in prizes will be awarded to standout submissions!

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