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metropolis next generation design competition

Calls | November 11, 2005 |

METROPOLIS Next Generation Design Competition (international competition)

Deadline: December 15, 2005
Late deadline: January 15, 2006

METROPOLIS Magazine is currently collecting applications for the 2006 Next Generation Design Competition. Submit your Big Idea to help make our designed environment better and more sustainable.
METROPOLIS is looking to identify the next generation of Big Ideas by the next generation of designers. We are offering a $10,000 award to an individual or team of designers who develop a Big Idea that will make our designed environment better, safer, and more sustainable. The Next Generation Design Competition was established in 2003 to recognize and encourage activism, social involvement, and entrepreneurship among designers.

The call for entries is taking place now through December 15th (late entry: January 15th). For complete information visit: www.metropolismag.com/nextgen.
Open to: The Next Generation Design Competition is open to any designer practicing for ten years or less. The prize is intended to support designers who address sustainability, universal acccess, and emerging technology. We encourage submissions from all design disciplines.

entry fee: $75 for each submission
awards: A $10,000 cash prize will be awarded to an individual, office, or team of collaborators whose Big Idea will benefit people and the environment.
Organization: METROPOLIS Magazine
Information: Laurie Manfra – lmanfra@metropolismag.com


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