Discussions About the Exhibition Content and Nomination of Venues To Host a Traveling Exhibition of all Submitted Design Entries at Universities, Architecture Associations and Influential Architecture/Design Firms.
On this page, we will discuss the design concept for the traveling exhibition of the design entries and set the necessary conditions before inviting the venues to host the exhibition. The exhibition will be available for traveling beginning in November 2014. I invite you to the conversation, keeping in mind the submission format.
SUBMISSION FORMAT: (1) Along with the design entry, submit a text file (Word format) containing the design statement (600 words max) for publication purposes. The design statement should include material description, budget in USD, and the entrants’ personal information including name, profession, address, and email address. (2) Three A1 presentation boards submitted as JPG files of high-quality resolution to be printed in landscape format. The file size of each presentation board must not exceed 3MB… Required submittals include the site plan, floor plan, elevations, sections, perspective views, roof plan, construction details and sequences (as appropriate) and project statement explaining the design.”
There are several ways a traveling exhibition of this kind can be organized: (1) All the design entries could be printed out and mounted professionally for the traveling exhibition and shipped from venue to venue. This may include models of some of the submitted entries. If this is the option, we can invite a collective such as DesignCorps (http://www.corcoran.edu/designcorps) to take up this task. (2) We can also approach it as venue-participatory act. By this, each venue would look at all the submitted design entries. The venue will select what they want to exhibit and how they wish to exhibit it- to best enable their targeted audiences access the messages, stories and objects of the exhibition. The display could be electronically or in a three-dimensional space.
In general, exhibition designs endeavor to communicate a message by engaging the audiences in meaningful and compelling interactions. In light of this, the question we need your answers/feedbacks is: Which ways of exhibiting do you think would work out best in creating experiences that engage and educate audiences in the context of Mud House Design 2014? Why? Is there any one us teaching a design or architecture course, who would like to (with his/her students) participate and design the exhibition in their own language for exhibition in their school/region, as a part of the course in 2014 or 2015?
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Oct 16, 2017 6:36:56 GMT -6
honourarc: please can someone confirm the receipt of our submissions just so we know its been received. Yes and it is posted above.
Oct 16, 2017 3:10:27 GMT -6
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