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YAF 48HRS Competition 2009 – Register by 5PM — Orthogonal Paradigm

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YAF 48HRS Competition 2009 – Register by 5PM


Project Purpose:
This is the 2nd Annual 48hr Design Competition. The purpose of this competition is to provide a venue for designers and architects to showcase their ability by responding in a brief time period to pertinent and pressing design issues facing our city, and to illustrate the value of good design to the Greater Public. All participants’ entries will be displayed for public viewing in a separate gallery space at Museum of Design Atlanta. MODA, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate, is the only museum in the southeast solely devoted to design.

This years 48 Hour Design Competition hopes to continue giving many young designers their first experience in designing for a greater audience. These exhibitions promise to attract a wide audience of especially architects, urban planners, developers, and interior designers.

Process of Selection:
The Review and Selection process will be in one phase. The judges will select one entry to designate as the competition winner. Judges may select other entries for special recognition if they feel it is appropriate. The Judges for the 48hr design Competition are T.B.D.

Registration Deadline:
September 11th, 2009, 5:00pm
Entry fee: $35

Register here.
The program will be announced September 10th, 2009 at 5:00pm. All entries should be one 24×36 (@300dpi) digital presentation in Adobe PDF format.

All entries should be submitted no later than 11:59pm September 13.

Winners & Prizes:
An official announcement will be made on September 25th at the EV09 / 48HR Exhibition. First prize will receive an Eames Rocker.


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