Submission: June 19, 2017
Registration: June 19, 2017
Prizes: Grand Prize 1,000 USD, up to 2 runners-up 250 USD each
Describe an undercelebrated idea that you think holds great potential to shape better cities. The proposed idea should have clear relevance to the relationship between design and the built environment. We welcome submissions exploring various aspects of this relationship, whether technical, aesthetic, economic, or political.
Judges will consider the following:
- Proposed idea’s potential to improve one or more critical aspects of urban life
- Creativity and originality
- Demonstrated command of the historical and theoretical context, as well as understanding of the potential for implementing the proposed idea
- Clear, accessible language and ideas
Each submission must be between 800 and 1,500 words in length. Multiple submissions are permitted. Each submission shall be written in English.
Images (photography, sketches, graphics, infographics, etc.) are not required but are welcome! If imagery is included, the author must have legal permission to reprint it. If imagery is not included, Doggerel editorial staff may source or illustrate as appropriate.