The international open ideas competition challenges people to come up with designs that will rouse the city of Detroit and encourage an evolution of our understanding of its unique urban environment.

Category Idea Competition / Open to Students
Type International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage
Genre Urban
Country Detroit, United States
RegDeadline 31 July 2009 GoogleCal iCal
31 July 2009( (Must be Received)
Eligibility All

Rouse[D] is a two part competition and exhibition focusing on re-inventing the city of Detroit through the use of digital computation methodologies. Ranging from macro to micro, explore all options; this project is not just about the large scheme, but also the small details.
The competition is looking for the most CREATIVE and thoughtful designs that could help Detroit and make it better in some way. Rouse[D] does have one condition; the site or sites must be in Detroit.

Marc Fornes (THE VERY MANY)
Skylar Tibbits (SJET)
Michael Ashley (MASH-ARKT)
David Jackowski (ALVATRON STUDIO)
Peter Macapia (DORA)
Brian Dubois (2:37 AM/ 2:37 AM STUDIOS)
Jason K. Johnson (FUTURE CITIES LAB)

1st Place: $ 500
2nd Place: $ 300
3rd Place: $ 200
Honorable Mention

Entry Fee
$ 20

Minimum 3 images on CD

Submission Address
Attn: Matthew Hall
Method Lab
5638 Huron Street
Dearborn Heights, Ml 48125

Winners Announcement: August 2009
Exhibition: the end of August - early September 2009 at a noteworthy gallery in Detroit

Official Website