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DawnTown Miami 2011 | Floating Stage – Design Competition

Upcoming Events & Competitions dawntown-2011-posters

DawnTown is an annual public international architecture ideas competition meant to bring creative design to DawnTown Miami and also to promote the inspiring urban story of this district to the world. As a compliment to the historic Miami Marine Stadium this year the competition seeks out inventive architectural concept for a multipurpose transportable floating stage useful for various artistic programs and events.

Registration for DawnTown is free and is open to all designers and artists whatever they are students or professionals.

In order to be considered eligible, each entries must address some architectural and urban design criteria, mentioned in the competition DawnTown brief, till the submission deadline, April 11, 2011.

Prize: First Prize – $5000
Second Prize – $2500
Third Prize – $1000
Fourth Prize – $500
Fifth Prize – $250

Location: Miami, Florida, USA

Schedule: 02/02/2011 – Launch Date
02/21/2011 – Question Deadline
02/28/2011 – Answers Posted
04/11/2011 – Registration Dead Line
04/15/2011 – Materials Deadline
05/06/2011 – Award Ceremony

Producers: DawnTown, Friends of Miami Marine Stadium, University of Miami School of Architecture
Sponsors: Friends of Miami Marine Stadium, National Trust of Historic Preservation, The Miami Chapter of American Institute of Architects
Jury: Hilario Candela – original architect of the Miami Marine Stadium
Walter Meyer – Principal of Local Office Landscape Architect
Jorge Hernandez – architect and Co-Founder of Friends of Miami Marine Stadium
Michele Oka Doner – internationally recognized artist
Lawrence Scarpa – Principal of Brooks + Scarpa
Frank Sanchis – Director for US Programs of the World Monument Fund

Register contact: dawntownreg@gmail.com

Deadline for entries: April 11, 2011

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