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Architecture at Zero Competition

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Architecture at Zero Competition

Architecture at Zero Competition

Architecture at Zero 2012 is a zero net energy design competition organized by PG&E and AIA San Francisco. It is open to students and professionals worldwide. The competition challenge is to design a zero net energy (ZNE) student housing or administrative office building for the University of California, Merced in Merced, California. This competition is open to architects, engineers, students and designers anywhere in the world. $25,000 in total prize money will be awarded. There will be at least two awards given, one for a student entry and one for a professional entry. Final decisions and prize money distribution will be made solely by the jury. All submissions must be received by AIA San Francisco by October 1, 2012 at 1:00 PM PST. Visit http://www.architectureatzero.com for more details.

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green building consultant; owner/founder, Design AVEnues LLC

Ann V. Edminster, M. Arch., LEED AP, is a leading green building consultant, speaker, teacher, and author. Her recent work and award-winning book, Energy Free: Homes for a Small Planet, focus on net-zero energy homes. Ann has taught for groups including AIA, USGBC, Pacific Gas & Electric, and Southern California Edison. Ann’s consulting clients include major builders, software companies, design firms, developers, public agencies, utilities, investors, and homeowners. She has held key roles on numerous award-winning residential projects of all types.

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