POSTCARD 2015 – THE WINNER IS FOUND

We have been looking forward to sharing this with you! Here are the 5 best proposals from our Postcard 2015 competition.

The winner of the gift certificate of 3000 kr for Vester Kopi is Ernesta Civilkaite who’s proposal is playful, contemporary and introduces the nature of AUG’s work.

Christine Ertbøll, Janne Vinther Klausen & Runa Lilleng Gammelgaard, Megumi Kisanuki, Julie Marie Madsen & Amalie Lykke Jensen and Anne Magnussen will be receiving each a hard copy of our book Developing Architecture, Learning from Sierra Leone.

Thank you all for sharing your ideas!

THE 5 BEST PROPOLSALS

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1ST PRIZE

This proposal is playful, contemporary and introduces the nature of AUGs work without boasting. It is strong both as as image as well as a spelled out version of AUG’s name. Furthermore it is underlined how separate parts of the illustration are strong enough to stand alone which makes it adjustable to various media.

Ernesta Civilkaite is hereby the winner of the gift certificate of 3000 kr for Vester Kopi Nørregade.

Congratulations Ernesta and thank you!


 

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PROPOLSAL 1 (HONORABLE MENTION)

The jury agreed this was a strong and graphically very appealing proposal. The linework derives from sections of one of AUG’s projects which is especially compelling to members and close collaborators.

AUG will be rewarding Julie Marie Madsen and Amalie Lykke Jensen with a hard copy of out book Developing Architecture, Learning from Sierra Leone.

Thank you Julie and Amalie.


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 PROPOLSAL 2 (HONORABLE MENTION)

This illustration had the jury fascinated. It has an ethnic feel to it, is abstract and mysterious and stood out among the proposals.

Megumi Kisanuki will be receiving a hard copy of our book Developing Architecture, Learning from Sierra Leone.

Thank you to Megumi.


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PROPOLSAL 3 (HONORABLE MENTION)

This proposal is highlighted due to the DIY factor, which will most likely make anyone curious to investigate it further. After assembling the globe, it fits your hand in size and therefore also plays with the borderless theme of AUG’s work.

AUG will be rewarding Christine Ertbøll, Janne Vinther Klausen & Runa Lilleng Gammelgaard with a hard copy of out book Developing Architecture, Learning from Sierra Leone.

Thank you Christine, Janne and Runa.


1529816_870595732973918_8279376887759246380_oPROPOLSAL 4 (HONORABLE MENTION)

The jury was fond of this illustration because the heart is a universal symbol and tells how we as a volunteers put our hearts into our work. The pragmatism of many different buildings forming one shape is comparable to the pragmatic approach of AUG’s work.

AUG will be rewarding Anna Magnussen with a hard copy of out book Developing Architecture, Learning from Sierra Leone.

Thank you Anna.