Monday, September 21, 2009

The Designs are In !

The Designs are in for the Gondwana Circle Design Competition for the San Francisco Botanical Garden.
The public exhibit is Monday Sept. 28 - Thursday October 1, 2009 from 10 am to 4 pm at the County Fair Building

click onto the link to see some spectacular design work for this very special place proposed for the Botanical Garden in San Francisco.

Yours truly has a design submitted but it is still a secret until the judges choose the winning design.

Cut and Paste the address below :
http://www.sfbotanicalgarden.org/events/gondwana-circle-competition-entries.html

7 comments:

weeder1 said...

why can't I get that link to work?? arghhhh! ;>)

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

Hi Weeder,
I don't think it is a problem on your end.
The link is not activated.
Just cut and paste the address and it should work for you.

I'll try to get an active link.

Thanks for the heads up.
michelle

Deviant Deziner, aka Michelle said...

Hi Weeder,
I don't think it is a problem on your end.
The link is not activated.
Just cut and paste the address and it should work for you.

I'll try to get an active link.

Thanks for the heads up.
michelle

Susan aka Miss R said...

Good luck! It was interesting to see the entries--so much computer imaging renders some of the designs as somewhat souless I think.

P.S. My link didn't work either had to cut and paste.

phrago said...

Pretty Interesting...
If I had to guess which one was yours:

117- with its canopy of trees and luss undergrowth

124- living walls

125- the lovely water color rendition reminded me of one of you works you posted several years ago...
Pobably none of these, but..
some of the designs are really amazing structurally. I really liked the giant net that people could interact with, althought I am not sure how difficult the maintenance would be to the structure and the landscape around it. Very cool for a temporary installation though.
this is one of the most interesting posts I have seen on the web in a long time, thank you...
Patrick

phrago said...

There were three that I thought were reminisicant of your work,
117,124, and 125...
Very interesting. I really liked the humanic web design, although I am not sure what the maintenance would be if the installation was up for a long period of time...
Very interesting post...
Patrick

Kerry said...

Wow! Some really amazing designs. I definitely have a couple of clear favorites (hopefully one is yours). Lots of luck Michelle, what a fabulous coup it would be to win. Fingers crossed for you. :)