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  • US Washington DC
  • 09/2014
  • Result
  • (ID 2-169956)

Musuem of Science Fiction: Architectural Design Competition


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    Decision 07.09.2014 Decision
    Procedure Open competition (for students as well)
    Type of building Galleries
    Type of service Architectural design
    Access area weltweit
    Prize money / Remuneration 1.000 USD zzgl. USt.
    Juror David Bell, David Greenbaum, Hany Hassan, Susan Piedmont-Palladino, Suman Sorg, Michael Winstanley , Luca Covi, Mark Edward, Richard L. Hayes, Louis Paul Miller, Mason Peck, Regan Samul, Timo Lorenzen-Schmidt,
    Assignment
    The Museum of Science Fiction (MoSF) is a non-profit organization, which seeks to establish a science fiction museum in Washington DC. As an initial step, MoSF will build a temporary preview museum, which will be used to:

    Establish an immediate presence for the museum in Washington DC, and generate excitement and media interest in a future, full-size museum. Solicit donations for through fundraising events. Test innovative new technologies and gain insights into the visitor experience to inform planning for a future, full-size museum. Additionally, the preview museum will:

    Engage and educate visitors with compelling content, design, programming and state-of the-art visual and digital installations. Create a social hub for the science fiction community. Be seen as a comprehensive source of science fiction knowledge. Demonstrate the educational potential, particularly in the STEM fields, of a science fiction museum. See the Museum of Science Fiction website www.museumofsciencefiction.org for additional information.
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    Project address US-Washington DC
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