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Winners Selected in LifeEdited Competition To Design New York Apartment

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Can you crowdsource design? Can you run an international ideas competition online, with over 300 submissions, commenting, inviting change, watching schemes evolve, and then judge it? Evidently yes, because Graham Hill and the LifeEdited team at Jovoto just did it, and the results were amazing. Graham says: "We were blown away by the number and quality of submissions and are extremely thankful to the incredible amount of time spent on putting them together. Creating a shortlist and picking the number one entry were extremely difficult tasks and we'd like to remind the reader, ultimately subjective ones. " "The competition was keep up, you not only had to have a great scheme, you also had to do an incredible job in rendering it, explaining your rationale and even putting together compelling videos. There had been few examples of crowdsourcing architecture and we believe that this project proves that, at least at this scale, it's absolutely possible. " "There were some incredible ideas that came out of this competition and it was fascinating to see how many different approaches there could be for one small rectangular space. " ... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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