The competition provides a unique opportunity for architects and future architects to challenge conventional approaches to design, and to investigate and develop new concepts for an open and sustainable architecture for the 21st. century. Intended to bring wider international recognition to talented architects and designers.
Woodstock Museum is a Federal non-profit 501(c)3 educational institution provisionally chartered by the New York State Board or Regents and is a major tourist attraction around the world.
This is an open competition with limited restrictions.
We are asking that individual architects, architectural firms, architectural organizations, individual students and student groups forward an email to hello@WoodstockMuseum.com indicating intent to place an entry in the competition as early as possible.
The Phase-One fee is U.S. $60 for Professional (each additional $30) and $25 for Student Entry (each additional $15). If judged in, the applicant will receive by mail an official entry form, a set of blueprints, photos, etc. for Phase-Two.
Phase-One entry Deadline: Dec. 31, 2008 Late Deadline: Jan.16, 2009 (late entry fee is additional $50 Professional, $35 Student)
Final Submission Deadline: April 1, 2009 (after acceptance in phase-one)
Winners will be notified in a timely fashion.
First Prize $2,500.
Second Prize $1,000.
Third Prize $ 500.
First Prize $ 500.
Second Prize $ 250.
Third Prize $ 100.
*Additional stipend for conference attendance will be given to prizewinners.
Award winners will be featured on Woodstock TV streamed worldwide, newspapers, magazines and other promotional materials.
See www.woodstockmuseum.org for more information.
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