2012 NOMA Student Design Competition Info Meeting
Wednesday June 6, 2012 at 6:30 pm
The Fishbowl (320 Newbury St, 1st Floor Conference Room)
Are you interested in urban sustainability? Ever thought about what you would do to turn Detroit around? Do you need Practice credits and competition experience? Well this is your opportunity!
This year’s competition calls for the invigoration of community-led design and economic development for urban spaces in Southwest Detroit. One component is an urban planning study of Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood for the development of underutilized lots. The second component is the development of an "Idea Center," which will serve as a nucleus for the neighborhood’s planned healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
All disciplines and all skill levels are encouraged to participate: Architecture, Design Studies, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design students are all welcome!
Not only will you gain vital teamwork and competition skills, but participants also have the opportunity to present their work on a national stage this October at the NOMA Conference in Detroit! This is a great opportunity to represent yourself and the BAC against a number of design schools nationwide. Come be a part of a BAC winning tradition!
Join BACNOMAS for our competition information meeting Wednesday, June 6 to get more information about the competition and how to participate. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to attend. If you would like to participate but cannot make the June 1 meeting, also e-mail us so we can get you the info you need.
For additional info about the competition, please visit http://noma.net/EventsPrograms/events_2012conference.aspx.
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