The competition is open to all interested students.
(via AIA MS)
DESIGN A MULTI FUNCTIONAL SEATING PROTOTYPE.
Competition instructions are as follows:
Include a 24″x 36″ poster mounted on foam core
Model (if applicable)
CD with .pdf of poster and 5 max. jpegs of model
Applicant’s name should NOT be on front of
submission; name should only be on back of poster as appears on entry form.
Include name on CD.
Students (proof required) $30.00
Additional $10 added to registration fee if
received after Feb.
February 1, 2014 Competition announcement + acceptance of questions.
February 24, 2014 Deadline for submitting questions & Answers to questions posted on FaceBook page
Feb. 24, 2014(11:59 pm CDT) Early Registration Closes
February 25, 2014 (12:00am CDT) - March 3, 2014 (5:00pm CDT) Late Registration
March 3, 2014 (5:00 pm CDT) All Materials Due + Registration Closes
March 7, 2014 Winners’ selected and notified
Physical materials to be submitted to:
Jacob Gines (240 Giles Hall)
899 Collegview St
Post Office Box AQ
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Up to 5 winners will be selected and notified.
Winners will be allowed a $200 construction
stipend to build prototype for display at the gallery show.
Receipts to be remitted to AIA\MS for
Charlotte Martin AIA Mississippi Associate
Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or
The Installation(5) Competition is sponsored by the joint efforts of AIA MS’s Young Architects Forum (YAF), the National Organization for Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) and Tau Sigma Delta (TSD). This collaboration is a first for the groups involved in an effort to bring awareness to the creative efforts of young designers and architects throughout the state. The competition selects five winners to build their design and display the final product in the Giles Gallery in the School of Architecture. The gallery will also display selected entrant posters alongside the winners, curated by Tau Sigma Delta. A reception will follow the gallery opening celebrating the gallery and the NOMAS Symposium speaker, Xena Howard of The Freelon Group. The event is hosted by the School of Architecture. Make sure to attend, and support the collaborative efforts of YAF, NOMAS and TSD!
For updates check www.facebook.com/yafms
Competition Entry Form
The AIA Mississippi 2012 Convention was held in Destin, Florida, from July 6 through July 9, 2012.
The highest award a firm can receive is the Honor Award, followed by the Merit and Citation Awards. A seventh award, the Sambo Mockbee Membership Award, is an award voted upon by the AIA Membership and presented at the convention.
The School of Architecture was well represented. Congratulations to all the award winners.
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According to AIA Mississippi’s website, the purpose of the competition is to honor and promote exemplary architectural design when clay brick is used as a predominant building material. Awards honor the best and most innovative use of brick in commercial, residential, landscape projects, or in other unique applications.
A jury of architects from outside the state reviewed the project submittals and selected winners based on the skill and creativeness of the architect or architectural firm designing with brick. Award certificates were presented to the winning architectural firm, project owner, and the brick manufacturer and supplier. The President’s Award – the top brick award winner – carries with it a $2,000 scholarship donation to the winning firm’s architectural school of choice.
The MSU School of Architecture was well represented. Congratulations to the following 2012 award winners.
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