Professor Tim Woods designed a prototype for affordable housing from ISO shipping containers called CONTAINERS FOR A CAUSE: from Commodity to Humanity, that placed 5th in the SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) National Competition in May . The visuals for the competition were done by SCAD architecture student Walter Woods. The competing school was Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida. SIFE is one of the largest collegiate competitions in the country, SIFE teams from more than 400 campuses compete based on which of them had the most impact improving people’s lives.
Feb 26 2010
I have entered a design competition with FreeGreen.com and am requesting that you go to the site and vote for me. Public voting in this competition will count for 50% of all competition judging scores. That right, your votes will be 50% responsible for determining the winner of the Who’s Next Competition . Please vote for LOCI and that will be a vote for me. It is easy just click on this site and vote for me. http://www.freegreen.com/whosnext/view/most-viewed.aspx
Also,please feel free to forward this to your friends or contacts so they may vote. YES WE CAN !!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for your vote and your patience with my shameless self promotion,
P.S. A little information about the FREEGREEN organization
FreeGreen.com is looking for talented designers who can bring progressive design ideas to mainstream America. They want to promote new Architects and designers, and increase the influence of thoughtful and sustainable Architecture in the Residential arena.
Along with your voting, please note that each entrants information is up on the site for you to see. From Twitter & Facebook Accounts to Website and Phone Numbers, this contact information is here for one reason: To allow you to interact with your favorite designers. So, go ahead: Follow, Friend, Call, & Contact away.
Finally, note that you can leave comments on for any of the design entries. We highly encourage this form of communication between our audience and our competitors, but please keep those comments clean, as this is intended to be a productive and constructive environment.
Now go vote, interact, and help us determine our winner!!!