AIA Ohio Schools of Architecture Competition Charrette, 2013
AIA Ohio Schools of Architecture Competition Charrette
Students, faculty and professionals from across Ohio will take part in a competition charrette sponsored by the Ohio Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Ohio) Friday – Sunday, February 22 – 24.
Students from Kent State’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Miami University’s Department of Architecture and Interior Design, the University of Cincinnati’s School of Architecture and Interior Design and Ohio State’s Knowlton School of Architecture are invited to compete for $5,500 in prize money. Each school will host a charrette wherein the School Jury, made up of professors and professionals, will select five finalists including a first place winner who will receive a $500 prize. All finalists will then be submitted to the state competition where the State Jury will award additional prizes of $2000, $1000, and $500.
Among the goals of the competition, are an increase in interaction between Ohio’s schools of architecture and the profession, as well as an increase in interaction between the students within school programs (architecture, landscape architecture, interiors and planning) by promoting team submissions that foster collaboration.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 AT 5PM | KNOWLTON HALL BIG STAIRS
Download the Competition Brief; particpants are encouraged to attend the Information Session at 5:00PM on the Big Stairs
FRIDAY – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 – 24 | KNOWLTON HALL
Student teams produce entries with critiques provided by professors and professionals
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 | KNOWLTON HALL CENTER SPACE
Students post entries. School Jury deliberations begin at 5PM.
FRIDAY, MARCH 5
Ohio Jury will select State winners.
Additional details, including specific team composition and submission requirements, can be found in the AIA Ohio Competition document. All interested students are encouraged to attend the information session on Monday, February 18. Additional questions should be addressed to KSA Lecturer Bart Overly.