100Spaces, an Online Design Competition Print
Friday, 08 May 2009 03:18

The RomaEuropa FakeFactory (REFF) within a series entitled 100 Spaces is organizing an open contest in architecture/design/landscape. Contestants under forty can submit entries, completed or conceptual projects.

As they explain on their web site: "The competition's theme requires design/architecture/landscape proposals that are examples of mutation/dynamism/ubiquity/multi-functionality; interactive projects, diversified factors' containers, sign montages, representations of moving landscapes, solutions that may be re-interpreted by the individual who, having re-gained the creative process - uses/lives/explores them according to a self-regulating principle."

Deadline for submission of entries is July 31st 2009 (included).

 

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The purpose of the competition is "...that of constituting an "in progress" archive of design/architecture/landscape propositions that are models for project/methodological explorations, capable of individuating new possible modalities for the de-structurizing of artistic production's codes and marketing mechanisms, depriving details, space, landscape and artefacts of its' usage value and authenticity criteria, inevitably dismissed in a continuous process of reversibility of meanings and usage formalities."

The competition has been selected to become an official part of the European Year of Innovation and Creativity.

More details about the competition can be found on the organizer's web site: http://www.romaeuropa.org

 

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