We are pleased to announce the ENTIRE 2012 Cleveland Design Competition Gallery is now available for viewing, sharing and commenting. We encourage entrants to check out their pages and share them with their friends and colleagues. We also encourage entrants and their colleagues to make comments on the submissions as you see things that you
Over HALF 2012 Submissions Finally Uploaded! We are pleased to finally have over HALF the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition submissions uploaded here on the webpage: http://clevelandcompetition.com/past-competitions/2012-transforming-the-bridge/ Over the next week or two, the remainder of the submissions will be uploaded and the search feature fine tuned so that each entrant can find their submission. Currently,
Online Awards Gallery Launched! The Cleveland Design Competition is proud to announce that the winning submissions as well as those selected as honorable mentions have been uploaded to the Award Winners gallery located here: http://clevelandcompetition.com/current-competition/award-winners/ Over the next few weeks you will see additional submissions uploaded to the permanent Online Gallery until all of the
Dear Competition Entrants and friends of the Cleveland Design Competition, On behalf of the entire advisory committee for the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition, we are pleased to inform you that the winners for the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition have been announced! Over 160 submissions from 24 countries were submitted to the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition.
Good morning! Don’t forget that tonight is the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition Exhibition and Awards Reception! Today’s festivities will be taking place where else but inside the West Catacombs of the Detroit Superior Bridge! Because everything is weather protected, we will be hosting the reception regardless of rain or shine. The bridge is located at:
In addition to the videos that are still being updated and uploaded, check out the newest photogrpahy gallery added to the competition webpage for additional section and lower level clearance information. Each of the four photographs have been noted to illustrate the clearance condition in each section of the bridge. This information combined with the
We are thrilled to announce the jury for the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition: Transforming the Bridge. The panel that has been put together was selected for demonstrated expertise with high design infrastructure projects, urban planning expertise, intimate knowledge of the bridge and representation from The Bridge Project who will be aggressively continuing community efforts to
Don’t miss this opportunity to check out the Lower Level of the Detroit-Superior Bridge for yourself. In case you are unable to attend, please be sure to check out the digital Video tours provided on the competition webpage.
- Friends and Potential Entrants We are pleased to announce we have begun uploading the video tours of the Detroit-Superior Bridge! In an effort to provide as complete an understanding of the existing conditions of the bridge for the preparation of conceptual ideas for the 2012 Cleveland Design Competition, we have taken over 1 hour
- Competition Entrants and Potential Entrants As we hope you have noticed by now, a number of resources have been provided for use by competiton entrants in preparation of design solutions. We have tried to capture the esssenence of the bridge through photography from one end of the bridge to the other. One thing that
In today’s Plain Dealer, the largest newspaper in Cleveland, writer Joe Frolik wrote about why it is “Time to transform Cleveland’s Detroit-Superior Bridge from What-If to Wow”. This was a great article summarizing the conversation and thoughts to date around the two founders of The Bridge Project – close Partners of this year’s Cleveland Design
Welcome! The Cleveland Design Competition invites professionals, students, firms and designers to re-imagine the abandoned lower streetcar level of Cleveland’s Detroit-Superior Bridge as a dynamic public space, performance venue and pedestrian experience. At the beginning of 2012, a group of local designers and business leaders launched an initiative called The Bridge Project to raise public