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Prizes

A total of $2,000 in awards will be presented to three winners. The Grand Prize winner's design will be constructed on site by Habitat for Humanity of Wake County using materials from the ReStore and will receive $1,000 in prize money.  

Schedule

ReStore Open House: March 26th, 2014 6:30 - 8 pm

Close Late Registration: April 20th, 2014

Submission Deadline: April 20th, 2014

Winners Announced: May 2014 (TBA)

Habitat for Humanity of Wake County Build of Grand Prize winner: Summer of 2014

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Late Registration

1) Choose your category and pay your registration fee via PayPal below.

Late General - $75

Late Student - $50

2) After your payment is completed fill out our registration form.

3) Within 48-hours of completing your registration you will receive an e-mail confirming your username and containing information you will need to submit your entry.

If you have any problems or questions, send us a message via the contact form. 

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Place. Culture. Community.

 

The challenge: design a small, outdoor community gathering space which exhibits exemplary design using reuse materials.

 

This year the competition combines issues of program, culture and context to the challenge of designing with reuse materials. We are asking you to design a space that will allow Hope House* to continue growing by moving some of its programs outside.  This will solve their need for space and increase their connection to the neighborhood.

We selected "Porch" as the theme for our 2014 ReSpace competition because porches are a key element of the southern vernacular.  They are central to southern culture.  They are a primary place where neighbors gather, socialize and become a community.

“We hope to use this space to help our community…to provide a comfortable outdoor space for our seniors to sit and be a part our annual events…a place for seating and a screen for outdoor moviesstorage for our clothing giveaway, we get clothes year round and are forced to donate them to other charities because we don't enough room to store them… to expand our participation in the Read and Feed program that provides books, food, and tutors to children who need them...” - Norma J. Bennekin, Hope House Community Projects Assistant

*A non-profit outreach program for the inner-city of Wake Forest, NC