Cleveland design competition 2012: transforming the bridge

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The Cleveland Design Competition is an annual single-stage ideas competition that generates architectural designs to transform urban sites and public spaces in Cleveland, Ohio.

Professionals, students, firms and designers are invited to re-imagine the abandoned lower streetcar level of the Detroit-Superior Bridge as a dynamic public space, performance venue and pedestrian experience.

At the beginning of 2012, a group of local designers and business leaders launched an initiative called "The Bridge Project" to raise public awareness about the potential of The Bridge and to engage the community for input on opening the lower level for public use. The Cleveland Design Competition has partnered with The Bridge Project to engage designers to propose compelling visions for the permanent use of The Bridge, public access into and passage through the lower level of The Bridge, and connectivity to surrounding neighborhoods.

Key Dates
+ Registration Deadline: September 10th, 2012
+ Late Registration Deadline: September 24th, 2012
+ Submission Deadline: October 5th, 2012
+ Awards Reception and Exhibition: October 26th, 2012

Prize
+ First Place $5,000.00 USD + travel stipend to attend Awards Reception (maximum $750.00)
+ Second Place $2,000.00 USD + travel stipend to attend Awards Reception (maximum $500.00)
+ Third Place $1,000.00 USD + travel stipend to attend Awards Reception (maximum $250.00)
At the sole discretion of the jury, each award level can be re-assigned to another award level or split. The total money awarded will not be less than $8000,00.00 USD. Travel stipend only applies to winners located greater than 100 miles from Cleveland, Ohio.

+ info: http://clevelandcompetition.com/

Cleveland design competition 2012: transforming the bridge

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