At a reception on May 15,2009, BcDc received a Merit Award in the Farmers Market Design Competition.
Denver, Colorado-based Sprocket hosted an open competition in the historic Highland Square district of Denver to engage the DESIGN community in a public forum. The specific goal was to create a discussion of innovative concepts for designing, occupying and programming public space. The entrants were asked to expand the historical notion of a ‘farmer’s market’ to things such as art display, community venues, music venue, crafts, etc. The concepts were to focus on activating the space with the flexibility to provide year round programming. The competition attracted almost 60 entries hailing from both the United States and abroad.
See the coverage on CBS 4 News. BcDc’s design is the third image board.
View the Competition Coverage at Death By Architecture
All entries are online for viewing at the Sprocket Gallery website
Bernie Costello would like to announce the launch of the updated website for BcDc. Providing insight into projects past and present, the website will also become a platform for upcoming endeavors of infill development, competitions, and renovations.
Bernie would like to personally thank Marc and Heidi of Interzone Multi-Media for the incredible work they did creating the site and for their invaluable insight, direction and patience. A large debt of gratitude is owed to Erina King for all her efforts involved in the branding and graphic design for BcDc.
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