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Submit Your Designs to the Animal Architecture AwardsMay 15th, 2011

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Animal Architecture is looking for some exciting projects that have the potential to engage the lives, minds and behaviors of insects, birds, mammals, fish and microorganisms. As our society re-examines its place in the global ecology, Animal Architecture wants to hear your critical and unpublished essays and projects that address how architecture can mediate and encourage multiple new ways of species learning. Animal Architecture welcomes submissions that include past work, current research and built or unbuilt projects. Winning entries will be announced mid summer 2011 and will be eligible for inclusion in a publication and exhibition. All those interested must register by May 15, 2011.

May 15th, 2011

June 15th, 2011



Winning entries will be announced mid summer 2011 and will be eligible for inclusion in a publication and exhibition.


Cost: $25 Students, $50 Professionals

Submission requirements:
1) Project Abstract (<250 words pitching your project)
2) Project Description (< 600 word detailed description/narrative of the proposed project)
3) Images/Boards (no more than 10 images or 5mb, which ever comes first, of your visual project)
4) Further details regarding uploading, file transfer and submission will be disseminated after registration.
5) Posters available for distribution can be downloaded at

*Projects cannot have appeared in previous publications and the entrant(s) must have exclusive rights to all content.


Jury Committee Members:
Neeraj Bhatia, Wortham Fellow Rice University
Ned Dodington, Founder Animal Architecture
Allison Hunter, Visual Artist
Joyce Hwang, Assistant Processor University of Buffalo SUNY, Director Ants of the Prairie
Sanford Kwinter, Professor of Architectural Theory and Criticism, Harvard GSD
Jon LaRocca, Founder Animal Architecture
Geoff Manaugh, Author of BLDGBLOG
Cary Wolfe, Professor of English at Rice University and Series Editor Posthumanities,