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Sponsor calls for entries in water-themed design competition

on Monday,March 16,2009 21:03

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Global AquaTekture Visionary Awards (GAVA) design competition has announced it is accepting entries from architects, builders and designers from around the world.

GAVA, sponsored by Three V Enterprises, a Las Vegas-based corporation, aims to showcase creativity in the field of pools, spas and water features design.

AquaTektur, as defined by Three V Enterprises, is the discipline of designing, engineering and erecting water environments and ancillary components that balance function, space and aesthetics.

The sponsors are looking for submissions that go beyond the traditional water-themed design to include thought-provoking solutions that are in harmony with the local culture as well as interior and exterior aspects of the environment.

Entries will be judged based on the aesthetic beauty of the design, its originality and how it exemplifies the objectives of the projects. Architecture that demonstrates respect for environmental, cultural, philosophical or historical components will also be highly evaluated.
Winning entries will be showcased in an international design book.

Structure Studios, a software development company specializing in 3D visualization, will be the presenting sponsor for the 2009 and 2010 awards.

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