LBC-LA Collaborative are hosting a student competition this year to come up with a design plan for a Pavilion at the potential Los Angeles World Fair in 2022. “LAWF is presenting the first ever Cityscape Fairground! Distinctive pavilions and urban settings will be spread throughout Los Angeles County, located near and accessed by various metro stops along the transit system. The plans are specifically designed to encourage a grand scale transition from a car dependent culture to widespread adoption of mass transit. The theme of the fair is “LA: The Connected City; A World Connected and seeks to do it on every level from the physical to the cultural. The unprecedented layout encourages city wide connection like never before! Most importantly, we’re all about the community of LA. The World’s Fair will provide a platform for all sectors of Los Angeles to prosper. Our aim is to re-purpose all the fair pavilions to benefit our communities.”
APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 28th, 2017
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING POSTERS:
- All materials should be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Posters should be 30” x 40” in a portrait orientation submitted as a PDF file less than 10Mb
- You should receive a confirmation email following your submittal
- You cannot edit your submission once submitted
Contestants must be enrolled at a college or university.
Students from multidisciplinary subjects such as architecture, agriculture, business administration, real estate development, urban planning, building science, material science, engineering, product design, public policy, historic preservation, or environmental studies are encouraged to participate and form integrated teams.
Teams must be at least two (2) and no more than five (5) students and one (1) adviser/professor.
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LBC-LA Collaborative: Student Competition 2017