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For centuries, the Swiss tradition of Emmentaler AOP cheese production has focused on the art of cheesemaking, on artisan skills and on HAND MADE expertise, all underpinned by a caring attitude towards nature, time, materials, know-how and the vital energy of the environment we live in.
In order to be able to continue to read, refresh and interpret its own values in an innovative, contemporary and disruptive way, from the outset Emmentaler Switzerland has always been very keen and interested in engaging, supporting and promoting the world of art, talent and creativity for all.
As was the case in past competitions, exhibitions and communication initiatives, Emmentaler Switzerland is launching a new open creative competition for the collection, valorisation and exhibition of a broad selection of works and thematic artworks.
THE SWISS ORIGINAL
As part of the new globalisation of recent decades, we have learned to appreciate not only certain values and products shared by many civilisations, but also values and products expressly linked to the geographical, historical and cultural origins of specific local areas.
This competition aims to collect, valorise and exhibit artworks that tell stories of Swiss originality. Originality intended in terms of both methods and content that are more specifically and quintessentially “Swiss”, as well as those that are more ironic, interpretative and disruptive.
For all information: https://bit.ly/SwissOriginal
Upload phase: 29th April 2019 – 5th September 2019
Community Vote: 5th September 2019 – 19th September 2019 (1.59 PM UTC)
Jury Vote: from 5th September 2019
Winner announcement: during the Exhibition-Event, in November 2019
The total award pool amounts to €36,000.00, split into 6 awards and 6 special mentions.
Entering the competition is free and open to everyone over the age of 18 on the date of registration, without any limit of nationality, profession, education, expertise or other form of restriction, except for being 18 at the time of participating in the contest.
Contest under the patronage of Brera - Accademia di Belle Arti and with the support of Cumulus Association
EXHIBITION - EVENT
In the first half of November 2019, a major Exhibition-Event will be organised in Milan featuring the winning projects, the projects that receive mentions and a broad selection of those deemed to be of high quality and pertinent in consideration of the general objectives of the competition.
PANEL OF JUDGES
Andrea Amichetti, Zero - Founder
Stefano Aronica, Consortium Emmentaler AOP
Giovanna Frova, Switzerland Cheese Marketing Italy
Maria Cristina Galli, Accademia di Brera - Vice Director
Michael Krohn, ZhdK Zürich Hochschule der Künste - Cumulus Association
Stefano Maffei, PoliFactory - Director
Massimo Bruto Randone, SosDesign - Founder
Antonio Riccardi, SEM - Editor and Poet
Toni Thorimbert, Studio Thorimbert - Photographer
Desall.com is an open innovation platform dedicated to design and innovation, that offers to companies a participatory design tool involving in the creative process an international community coming from all over the world. To date Desall gathers more than 100000 creatives from over 210 countries and has collaborated with international brands like Luxottica, Whirlpool, Electrolux, ALESSI, Enel, Leroy Merlin, KINDER, Barilla, illy, Chicco, Mondadori and many more.
Thanks for the contamination of different cultural backgrounds and creative industries, the Desall community is able to provide high-quality project solutions for every product development phase requested by the client, from concept to product design, from naming to packaging.
- Registration and Payment Due: Jan. 25, 2019
- Submission Uploads Due: Feb. 22, 2019
- AIA Miami & GMBHA members: $125 per entry
- Non-Members: $200 per entry
Since 2009, the competition has attracted 30,000 Participants from 150 Countries. Last year, we awarded entries from 70 Countries and hosted 400 guests (Designers, Press Members, as well as Ambassadors and Consul Generals of five countries) at our Gala-Night in Italy. Brands such as Google, Nestle, Whirlpool, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Speedo, Nespresso, Coca Cola, Electrolux and Disney were successfully highlighted in the awards, and the A' Design Award Logo reached more than a billion impressions worldwide thanks to appearances in national televisions, newspapers, traditional and digital publications.
How to join?
Register: https://competition.adesignaward.com/ (should enter company name for Name and Company Legal title for Surname).
Kindly download presentation guidelines from control panel and especially ask marketing or advertising or graphic department to prepare the images based on requirements.
Nomination is done online and automated. But to make sure it is nominated correctly you should contact one of the support staff.
Find complete instructions here.The late deadline is on February 28th for Entries.
The Architectural League of New York has announced the two winners of its 2017 Deborah J. Norden Fund, a travel grant that was established in 1995. The grant is awarded to students and recent graduates in the fields of architecture, architectural history, and urban studies.
This year, Kevin Malawski for Pikionis’ Pathway: Paving the Acropolis and Priyanka Shah for Deep Skins: Roger Anger’s Facade Operations were the recipients of the grant. They will both receive $5,000 to use for travel and study.
Malawski, who currently works at New York–based EwingCole, will travel to Athens, Greece to explore the relationship between modern planning principles and regional sensitivity. Through sketches, photographs, and diagrams, his project revolves around the intricacies of Dimitris Pikionis’s five-kilometer, mid-20th-century pathway to the Acropolis. Located within olive tree groves to frame vistas, the mosaic-paved walkways also include gutters and trenches to divert water from seasonal downpours (a result of the Mediterranean climate). Malawski hopes to fill an academic void for Pikionis' architecture, which “employs a mix of operative regionalist undertones with modernism to define a space which authentically relates to the ancient Acropolis it is sited on,” he said.
Shah, who is an architectural designer with international firm Grimshaw Architects, will go to Paris and Grenoble, France to document Roger Anger’s high-rise residential buildings, specifically looking at the geometric articulations and arrangements. Anger, an influential French architect in the 1950s and 60s, became known for his buildings' facades which present “a direct antecedent to contemporary computational design.” Upon his death, the majority of his works were kept with his estate and remain inaccessible to the public. Shah will consult archives and visit his buildings to create a comprehensive, digitized monograph of his designs.