Registration Deadline: May 13, 2012
Entry Fee: $ 35.00
Animal Architecture is looking for your new ideas about how synanthropic design can expand, and redefine the context of urban thought and space.
Urban areas are quickly becoming the densest concentrations of human life on the planet and because of that - there are well documented positive and negative impacts to local biodiversity and ecologists. But animals also live near or in the cities, and live off of how the current living system works. Projects should focus on solving, addressing or proposing urban issues and must actively incorporate at least one, if not more non-human design partners.
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