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[Un]Restricted Access Competition / Architecture for Humanity

[Un]Restricted Access Competition / Architecture for Humanity
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Courtesy of Architecture for Humanity

Architecture for Humanity has recently launched a graphic design competition to identify a compelling logo for the 2011 Open Architecture Challenge called Restricted Access. This year’s challenge is focused on re-purposing vacant military structures and sites. It will catalyze awareness, ideas, and most importantly – action.

Through a global forum, designers and architects will develop solutions that reconnect military and civilian communities. The history of these important spaces will be highlighted and hidden potential uncovered. The goal? Utilize these sites and structures for the greater good. But first things first.

Submissions are due no later than August 26 at 24:00 PST. You can enter here and find all necessary guidelines and information on the Open Architecture Network. The reward is $500 USD and a pair of night vision goggles. Yes, they’re for real.

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "[Un]Restricted Access Competition / Architecture for Humanity" 24 Aug 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/163133/unrestricted-access-competition-architecture-for-humanity/> ISSN 0719-8884
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