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Celebration of Cities Competition

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  • Dayana Salazar
    NEW DEADLINES FOR THE UIA CELEBRATION OF CITIES COMPETITIONAn international ideas competition organized byThe International Union of Architects
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 11, 2003
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      NEW DEADLINES FOR THE UIA CELEBRATION OF CITIES COMPETITION
      An international ideas competition organized by
      The International Union of Architects (UIA)
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      The UIA has announced new deadlines for the Celebration of Cities 
      competition.
        The AIA, therefore, announces a new national timeline, as follows:
      
      Deadline for Receipt of Registrations at the National AIA Offices:   
      November
      22, 2003
      
      Deadline for Receipt of Submissions at the National AIA Offices:    
      January 5,
      2004
      
      All other details, including regulations and submission guidelines, 
      remain the
      same and can be found at the AIA�s website: 
      www.aia.org/celebrationofcities
      
      
       A Celebration of Cities is an international ideas competition created 
      to
      generate a global database of inventive architectural designs to repair 
      and
      heal cities across the world. The American Institute of Architects 
      (AIA),
      along with a range of organizations affiliated with the profession of
      architecture, will sponsor the ideas competition.
      
      The project criteria calls for small scale, sustainable solutions that 
      are
      simple, have an immediate effect, while remaining economical. All types 
      of
      housing and urban sites are targeted, including large housing 
      complexes,
      shanty towns, historic cities, and modern suburbs.  The competition is 
      divided
      into two categories, one for architects and one for students of 
      architecture.
      
      The AIA will convene a national jury to select up to five professional 
      and
      five student projects that will be forwarded to the UIA for the 
      international
      competition. Architects and architecture students whose projects have 
      been
      selected in the international competition will receive special 
      recognition
      from UIA. Their projects will be presented at the UIA World Congress in
      Istanbul, Turkey, in 2005.
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      AIA point of contact:
      
      Ellen M. Delage, Assoc. AIA
      Director, International Relations
      Email:  celebrationofcities@...
      
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      Zachary R. Borders
      AIAS Illinois President
      CIVITAS, Student Director
      University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
      M.Arch|M.UP candidate
      T|309.264.1007
      E|zborders@...
      www.cnu.org/aboutcnu/board_member_zborders.cfm
      Save the date for CNU XII, the Twelfth Congress for the New Urbanism to 
      be held at the historic Palmer House Hilton Hotel in Chicago, June 
      24-27, 2004. See you in the city of Sullivan, Burnham, Wright and Mies van 
      der Rohe.


      Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
      Urban and Regional Planning Department
      San Jose State University
      (408) 924-5854
      salmar@...

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