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Robert Bruce Thompson 2016 Student Light Fixture Design Competition

RBT Competition

Awards

  • First Prize: The Thompson Prize is a cash award of $5,000, plus a trophy.
  • Second Prize: The Award of Distinction is a cash award of $2,500, plus a plaque.
  • Third Prize: The Award of Merit is a cash award of $1,000, plus a plaque.
  • Special Citations: A Special Citation is a cash award of $500, plus a plaque.

Eligibility

  • Entrants must be full time students, enrolled in an accredited academic degree program in the United States. Approved programs include architectural engineering programs, architecture programs, interior design programs, theater, or industrial design programs. Because of the high level of competition, it is recommended that entrants be undergraduate seniors or graduate students.
  • Only individuals may apply. Group projects are not acceptable.
  • The fixture must be designed within the past year and while the entrant is a student.
  • A faculty member at the student’s school must sponsor the application.

Deadline
Online submissions must be uploaded by 11:59pm April 1, 2016.

How to Enter
For contest requirements, rules, and instructions, please visit 2016 Rules & Submission Instructions

Robert Bruce Thompson 2015 Student Light Fixture Design Competition

RBT Competition

Awards

  • First Prize: The Thompson Prize is a cash award of $5,000, plus a trophy.
  • Second Prize: The Award of Distinction is a cash award of $2,500, plus a plaque.
  • Third Prize: The Award of Merit is a cash award of $1,000, plus a plaque.
  • Special Citations: A Special Citation is a cash award of $500, plus a plaque.

Eligibility

  • Entrants must be full time students, enrolled in an accredited academic degree program in the United States. Approved programs include architectural engineering programs, architecture programs, interior design programs, theater, or industrial design programs. Because of the high level of competition, it is recommended that entrants be undergraduate seniors or graduate students.
  • Only individuals may apply. Group projects are not acceptable.
  • The fixture must be designed within the past year and while the entrant is a student.
  • A faculty member at the student’s school must sponsor the application.

Deadline
Submissions must be uploaded by 11:59pm on April 3, 2015.

How to Enter
For contest requirements, rules, and instructions, please visit 2015 Rules & Submission Instructions

Arc_ID Wishes You A Happy Friday!

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Happy Friday everyone! I just wanted to give you a quick review of the UCLA Extension Arc_ID news we’ve covered recently. We hope you enjoy the summery weather this weekend!

We told you about a set design internship, urged you to enroll in our last summer study tour and our accessories classes (they start in August!) We also wrote about Urban Outfitters “Small Spaces” contest and congratulated our ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter on their Student Chapter of the Year Award!

Also, a reminder that fall enrollment begins online July 29th! Sign up early to get your desired classes. And be sure to continue checking back for more interior design news, updates, and info!

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Design It: Shelter Competition

We thought this competition put on by the Guggenheim might be fun for some of our students!
Find out how to enter here (link)

Below is information from the Guggenheim website regarding the competition:

On the occasion of the exhibitions Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward and Learning By Doing, the Guggenheim and Google SketchUp invite amateur and professional designers from around the world to enter Design It: Shelter Competition. From now until August 23, you can submit a 3-D shelter for locations around the world using Google SketchUp and Google Earth.

Why shelters?
The competition is an extension of Learning By Doing, an exhibition in the Guggenheim Museum Sackler Center for Arts Education that features plans, photographs, and models of student-built shelters from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. For the past seven decades, students at this school have taken on the challenge of designing, building, and living in small shelters nestled in the landscapes of the school’s Arizona and Wisconsin campuses. In working on these shelters, students consider human needs for safety and comfort, as well as the relationship between architecture and place.

Design It: Shelter Competition opens up the project to you. If you could build a shelter anywhere in the world, where would it be? How would you design it to respond to the surrounding environment?

You can submit your design from now until August 23. After the submission period, current Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture students will select a group of finalists. Public voting on these finalists opens on September 7 and runs until October 10. On October 21, 2009, the People’s Prize will be announced along with a special Juried Prize chosen by a jury of experts.

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LA Times/Dwell Reclaim Design Contest

The LA Times and Dwell on Design are hosting a contest in which you could win $1,000! The Reclaim Design Contest encourages people to list their unused furniture and design accents in the Los Angeles Times Classifieds. From the listed pieces they will create and showcase a beautifully modern room displayed on the main exhibition floor at Dwell on Design/LA, June 26-28, 2009.

Here’s the the part where you might benefit – if your item is chosen from the classifieds for the showcase you will be automatically entered in the Reclaimed Design Drawing, where the winner will take home $1000! Deadline to submit items is June 22, 2009. This contest urges people toward sustainable and enviromentally friendly design by reusing materials and furniture in design. see the link above for official rules and more information