54th ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL DESIGN COMPETITION – AFSF is on!
In this year’s AFSF High School Design Competition,
students are challenged to design a Park Space and a PDR Collective next to existing wetlands along Islais Creek in San Francisco.
‘PDR’ stands for Production, Distribution and Repair. The PDR Collective will be an opportunity to grow the local business presence and provide space for artists, makers, nonprofits, and other bedrocks of the community. The location of this new space will increase public access to the waterfront and create a new gathering space for the community.
Participants may choose one of 3 ways to enter this year’s online competition:
1) Individual Entry
2) Group Entry
3) Design Process Entry (individual or group)
All deliverables (drawings, model, and design description) must be compiled in a Google Slide deck for presentation. To better explain the participants thinking to the judges, participants must also submit a brief video describing the project (2 minutes max). This as an opportunity to talk about the overall goals and aspirations for the design, the design process, and what the entrant enjoyed most about undertaking this challenge.
Check out this year’s design brief for more details.
Final entries must be submitted on FRIDAY, May 19th at 6:00pm PST.
The awards presentation reception will take place on SUNDAY, May 21.
Prizes in 3 categories:
1) Best Design (single entrant)
2) Best Group entry, and
3) Best Digital entry.
In addition to the standard prizes, the first place winner in the overall superiority category will receive a four week Summer Pre-college Scholarship at the California College of the Arts.
With questions, contact: Ryan Lee of Wood Bagot” 415-277-3041, Ryan.Lee@woodsbagot.com
We look forward to seeing your submissions!
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