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Cardboard Chair Competition

CARDBOARD DESIGN COMPETITION: SEAT
Submissions due: Monday, February 15th, 2010
Exhibition starts: Wednesday, February 17th 6:00pm

DETAILS

SUBMISSIONS:
Designs must comfortably seat an adult. Designs shall use corrugated cardboard only (recycling is encouraged). Design submissions deadline is on Feb 15th, 2010. Entries shall compete in one of three levels – high school, college, or professional. Participants may join as individuals, or as groups (maximum of 4 per group).

Entry Fee:
Each design shall have an entry fee of $10.

Exhibition:
Exhibition will start 6:00pm February 17th

PRIZES:
See Flyer – Below

INTERESTED?
cardboardseat@gmail.com

FAQs

• Can I use glue to bound the cardboard?
o Yes, Use of adhesives is allowed.

• Can I use materials other than cardboard?
o No, Material is limited to cardboard

• Can we work in groups?
o Yes, You may work in groups(Max 4 individuals per group)

• When is the submission deadline?
o Designs must be submitted by February 15th

• Where do I submit my design?
o Designs must be submitted to Southern Polytechnic University, Architecture Building Front office.

• How do I sign up/ pay my fee for the cardboard Seat competition?
o You may signup simply by emailing cardboardseat@gmail.com and providing us with your name and group information.
o There is an online PayPal account setup for Fee payments: link to PayPal account

• Are there any size restrictions?
o The design must fit an average adult.

• Do I have to build the design full scale or is it just model?
o The designs must be built in full scale.
o Designs will be open for visitors to try and test

• How many chairs can be entered per team?
o One

NEED A LASER CUTTER?
FABLAB has a laser cutter and wants to open its doors for the purpose of this competition to participants who want to add precision to their work. We are architects and designers running a multidisciplinary fabrication laboratory located here in Atlanta specializing in physical models for architecture, prototyping, product design, sculpture and art. All designs and work discussed is confidential and property of the designer, we’re just here to give a clean edge to your design.

For those not familiar with the Laser Cutter, please check out our website for demo and sample of work. Discounts up to half our usual rate are available for competition participants! Please feel free to contact us at Fablab@branchoff.net – Subject: CDC.

LINKS:
Facebook Event Page –  Here
YAF/AIA Competition Page – Here

Robert Gatje Speaks About Marcel Breuer

gatjeWhen:
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Reception starts at 6 PM
Lecture starts at 7 PM

Where:
Central Branch Public Library
1 Margaret Mitchell Square NW
Atlanta, GA 30303-1022
Phone (404) 730-1700

How Much:
Free!

About:
Mr. Gatje was a partner in the architecture firm of Marcel Breuer and worked along side Marcel Breuer for 23 years, in three new York offices and established the Paris office in 1964. Mr. Gatje’s lecture is in conjunction with the opening of the Marcel Breuer Exhibition also located at the Central Branch Public Library.

Emerging Voices 2009

EV09

When:
Friday, September 25, 2009
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Where:
The Museum of Design Atlanta
285 Peachtree Center Avenue, Marquis II Tower
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-1229
Phone: 404-979-6455

How Much:
$10.00 donation AIA members and non-members
$0.00 donation Recently unemployed
Early registration ends September 18th: (Includes YAF t-shirt)

RSVP HERE

About:
Simply click on the link above that says “RSVP Here” and then enter your information. Feel free to submit your donation with your RSVP if you wish.

“Emerging Voices” is a program developed in 2001 by YAF Atlanta. This program provides a forum to highlight architectural practices in the Metro Atlanta area that might not otherwise be presented to the public and architectural community. Following the AIA definition of a ‘Young Architect’, the competition is open to architects who have been registered for 10 years or less, intern architects, and firms whose principal owners meet the above criteria.

A special thanks goes out to the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) who will showcase the Emerging Voices 2009. The opening show will be September 25th at 7pm. On display will be the masterful design work from the winning entries of bldgs, Rutledge Alcock Architects and Nodus.

Emerging Voices has established a record of accomplishment among architects in Atlanta as the singular, local competition that identifies a bright new spot on the metropolitan design scene. We hope you’ll join us for this year’s event at MODA! See more info on our website.

RSVP here: http://aiaatlanta.org/cde.cfm?event=273448

YAF says thank you to their sponsors with the addition of Gallet Associates, 3Forum, Siematic, SCIC and Rutledge Alcock.

EV09-sponsors