International Design Challenge, Moon Capital Competition 2010
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SHIFTboston invite you, all architects, artists, landscape architects, urban designers, industrial designers, planners, engineers, and anyone else who would like to join the international design challenge, Moon Capital 2010.
In April 15, 2010, President Barrack Obama said that fifty years after the creation of NASA, the goal is no longer just a destination to reach. The goal is the capacity for people to work and learn and operate and live safely beyond the Earth for extended periods of time, ultimately in ways that are more sustainable and even indefinite.
So, lets start to think about the future. Consider that the future of design let you start looking out into space. Think that we could occupy the Moon only 100 years after the first visit in July 1969. Might the Moon become an independent, self-sustaining, and sovereign state? If so why not start designing for that new world now?
SHIFTboston seeks to expand the possibilities for the future of design by asking you to explore the concept of a moon habitat that will include both living and working in addition to collecting the most provocative visions for new Lunar possibilities. Therefeore, you could design a second generation living and working moon habitat.
You could also re-imagine the Moon as a new destination. SHIFT Bostos invite you to submit your radical ideas for new lunar elements such as rovers, growing pods, inflatable structures, droids, clothing, and habitats.
Now, did you already have a bright new design ideas? If you do, try to join the international design challenge, Moon Capital 2010 Design Competition.
Remember, its not just product design competition. Its also fashion design competition, interior design competition, industrial design competition, landscape deisgn competition, house design competition, building design competition or even sustainable design competition.
Design Submission deadline : September 3, 2010
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