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February 28, 2015

Announcing Floating City Project Architectural Design Contest

The Floating City Project
Floating CIty Project Architecture Design Contest

Attention architects, engineers, designers and students. You can influence the design of the first floating city and take a shot at winning a cash prize, an internship at DeltaSync, and having your design featured in international media.

We are very excited to announce our Floating City Project Architectural Design Contest in association with DeltaSync.

Details, rules and registration at: www.seasteading.org/designcontest

Prizes
1st Prize: $1500
2nd Prize: $1000
3rd Prize: $500
People’s Choice: $500

Contest Schedule
March 1, Contest Launch
May 28, Deadline for Registration
June 1, Deadline for Submissions
July 12, Juried Winners Announced
August 16, People’s Choice Award 

Esteemed Jury Panel
see bios at www.seasteading.org/designcontest
Karina Czapiewska, Director Project Development, DeltaSync (Netherlands)
Bart Roeffen, Architect and Creative Director, DeltaSync (Netherlands)
Tom Di Santo, Principal Architect at M:OME, Assoc. Professor Cal Poly (USA)
Nader Tehrani, Principal Architect at NADAAA, Professor MIT (USA)
Kay Van Dyke, Architect, Virginia (USA)
Ryan Roth, Roth-Management (UK)
Randolph Hencken, Executive Director, The Seasteading Institute (USA)
Joe Quirk, Author & Seavangelist, The Seasteading Institute (USA)
Supporters of The Seasteading Institute (for People’s Choice Award)

We eagerly await fresh ideas for our seastead,
Randolph Hencken, Executive Director

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