Structures for Inclusion 11 SEED Competition

The goal is to provide a common standard to guide, evaluate and measure the social, economic and environmental impact of design projects.

Category Award
Type International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous
Genre Architecture, Communication, Landscape, Product, Urban
Country Chicago, United States
RegDeadline 10 January 2011 GoogleCal iCal
10 January 2011 (via Online)
Eligibility All
Target Field Architecture, Industrial design, Communication design, Landscape architecture and Urban planning

Based on a survey of 200 founding SEED® members, the following mission, principles and criteria are defined to further social, economic and environmental justice through all the design fields: architecture, industrial design, communication design, landscape architecture and urban planning.
SEED's Mission is to advance the right of every person to live in a socially, economically and environmentally healthy community.
SEED Principle 1: Advocate with those who have a limited voice in public life.
SEED Principle 2: Build structures for inclusion that engage stakeholders and allow communities to make decisions.
SEED Principle 3: Promote social equality through discourse that reflects a range of values and social identities.
SEED Principle 4: Generate ideas that grow from place and build local capacity.
SEED Principle 5: Design to help conserve resources and minimize waste.

Bryan Bell (Design Corps, Director)
Emily Axtman (Design Corps, Fellow)
Monica Chadha (Studio Gang Architects, Adjunct Assistant Professor, IIT)
Ryan Wilson (Conservation Design Forum)

$1,000 cash prize

Entry Fee

The applicataion

Announcement of Winners: January 24, 2011
Winners present at Structures For Inclusion 11 in Chicago, Illinois: March 25-27, 2011

The SEED® Network

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