trays: VOTING BOOTH COMPETITION + POLITICS AND DESIGN
RESULTS and analysis of trays'
first sketch competition:http://220.127.116.11/article.php?article_id=124
The overall winner:
“Throw Open the Curtains.” by James Brown, 2008-2009 Harvard GSD Loeb FellowUPDATE 11/04/08
The Jury is: Sanford Kwinter, Eric Howeler, Margaret Crawford, Timothy Hyde and the trays editorial board.ORIGINAL POSTtrays
is holding its first competition.
We invite you to SKETCH the ideal voting booth on Election Day, either on the boards that will be set up throughout Gund Hall (for those in Boston), or by submitting one 8.5"x11" sheet digitally to email@example.com
There are no restrictions in terms of materiality or scale - they can be pure concept. Everyone in invited to submit sketches.
A distinguished (yet to be announced) panel of faculty and students will select the best entries. We will attempt to construct the winning entry, either at the GSD or at a location to be determined. (Harvard Square? Boston City Hall?) TRAYS will also award the best non-buildable sketch/idea with a cash prize. The top ten entries will be featured on the journal website.
DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 4TH by 8PM EST (poll closing time in the east)
Also, in time for election day we just uploaded some pieces that deal with issues of politics and architecture:The White House Redux: The White House Server Project
by Alan Ricks and Ryan LeidnerThe White House Redux: Power Houses
by Magdalena Naydekova, Adrienne Brown, Elizabeth Neville, and Anya RawitzOur New Capitol
by Bryan BoyerThe Civic in the 21st Century
by Teddy Huyck
andThe New(er) Brutalism
by Justin Fowler
image from The White House Redux: Power Houses