IMPORTANT POINTS A – Please note that there is no entry fee charged, enabling a full range of design professionals to enter, including emerging practices and students. More than one entry is permitted per practice however due to administrative costs, we are unable to return material once entered. DIFFERENT – Please note that no entries will be accepted by email. – No material will be returned to you. PITCH – No correspondence will be entered into regarding the selection of projects shortlisted. – All material submitted is copyright cleared for usage without fees, in publication and any subsequent usage by Boral. No publication fees will be payable on entered material. TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Information on how to enter and prizes form part of these terms & conditions of entry. BORAL ROOFING DESIGN AWARD 2. Competition entry is limited to residents of NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD. 3. Boral’s ﬂat roof tile proﬁles must be used in all entries submitted. 4. Employees and their immediate families of the promoter and its agency associated with this promotion are ineligible to enter. 5. Entry must be made according to the instructions in the ofﬁcial entry pack. Offer commences 1/10/2005 and closes 31/07/2006. All responses will be marked for accuracy, originality and creativity by Boral Rooﬁng trading as Boral Montoro. Judges’ decision is ﬁnal and no correspondence will be entered into. The winning entry will be decided on 15 August 2006 and published in The Australian on 19 August 2006. 6. The prize includes airfares for two, 5 nights’ accommodation in Venice (4 star hotel) and entry to the Architecture Biennale 2006, to the value of $12,000. Additional costs are the responsibility of the winner. The prize excludes special event loadings and is subject to booking and availability and hotel operator terms & conditions. No responsibility is accepted for any variation in the content or value of the prize. The winner will be notiﬁed by mail. 7. Prize can be exchanged for cash value of $10,000. 8. The Promoter shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or personal injury suffered or sustained as a result of taking part in the competition or winning the prize except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 9. The promoter accepts no responsibility for late, lost or misdirected submissions. 10. All entries will be entered into a database and the Promoter may use the entrants’ names and addresses for future promotional, marketing and publicity purposes unless otherwise advised by the entrant. 11. The entrant assigns to Boral all existing and future intellectual property rights subsisting in any material provided by the entrant to Boral in connection with this competition. The entrant warrants that it is the owner of the submitted entry and that the entry does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party. 12. If the winner of the prize is under the age of 18 years the prize will be awarded to the winner’s WIN A TRIP FOR TWO parent or guardian. The Promoter is Boral Rooﬁng trading as Boral Montoro, Mackellar Street, Emu Plains NSW 2750 ABN 34002944694. TO THE VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE, SEPTEMBER 2006 A , TO RECAP EACH SUBMISSION MUST INCLUDE – 1 x text doc – A completed 10 point question list, including design statement. DIFFERENT – PDF visual material, including sketches, plans, sections and models. – Hardcopies of both. PITCH If you have any questions regarding the competition process, please email rooﬁng@boral.com.au BORAL ROOFING DESIGN AWARD SUBMISSION DATES As the single largest surface Submissions due for December 02 November 05 Submissions due for March 16 February 06 area of most dwellings, the Submissions due for June 09 May 06 roof is integral to bringing Final submissions due for August 31 July 06 your vision to life. MAIL YOUR SUBMISSION TO Boral Rooﬁng Design Awards A DIFFERENT PITCH Locked Bag 30002 The Boral Rooﬁng A DIFFERENT PITCH Design Award is – Save it onto a CD-ROM with the other materials you will St Kilda Road Central VIC 8008 a national competition to promote innovative conceptual need to provide us. roof designs and projects, which explore the creative Call 1300 363 072 or visit www.differentpitch.boral.com.au for an information pack to assist with construction possibilities of Boral’s ﬂat proﬁle Terracotta – Provide a hard copy of this data with your entry. your submission. Please ﬁll out the following: Shingle or Flat Concrete roof tiles. 2. VISUAL SUBMISSION WRITTEN SUBMISSION – The Award is open to all architects and designers who are residents of NSW, VIC, QLD and the ACT. The short-listing selection and subsequent formal judging 1. Project title process require that you submit conceptual drawings. The 2. Design practice – Submissions for the 2005/06 Award will be selected minimum submission requirement: 3. Telephone from a short-listed group of entries submitted between 4. Email October 2005 and July 2006. – No more than 5 sketches to elaborate concept and no 5. Project design team more than 4 additional plan or section drawings. 6. Renders/images by – Short-listed projects will be judged against set criteria 7. Software programmes used by a team of industry experts in August 2006 for Awards – Up to 5 digital images of either physical models or 3D renders. The images can either directly illustrate the Answer the following three questions in no more than 300 words total. presentation in September 2006. physical construction of the project or describe the 8. What is the conceptual intention of this design? – The judges will select projects throughout the year in an concept behind the project (i.e. diagrams, illustrations, 9. Describe the project’s spatial and physical qualities. ongoing short-listing process. Notiﬁcation via email will suggested character). 10. Outline which particular Boral products have been used: be sent to all short-listed entries. Each short-listed – It is crucial that all images/renders/illustrations of your architect/designer will be required to present their entry concept must be submitted to us as digital ﬁles on Proﬁle: Colour: at the nominated evening in September 2006. CD-ROM. All visual material must be scanned/converted independently by you and provided as digital ﬁles. 11. How does this concept speciﬁcally respond to your selected Boral roof tile? SUBMISSION DETAILS To submit your concept for consideration in the Boral – Please send images in high and low-resolution versions JUDGING CRITERIA Rooﬁng A DIFFERENT PITCH Design Awards short-list labelled, ‘hi_res’ and ‘low_res’. 1. The two ﬂat proﬁle Boral roof tile products, the Terracotta Shingle and Flat Concrete ranges are you must follow a few simple steps: – The winning submission along with other shortlisted predominantly used in residential projects. One of these two products must be used in the submissions will subsequently be published, so all high design. As such this competition lends itself speciﬁcally to residential designs proposals, but 1. WRITTEN SUBMISSION resolution visual material must be supplied at 300 dpi A4 is not limited to this building type. resolution. Non-PDF ﬁles must be CMYK Tiffs. – Please read and answer the questions on page 3. You 2. Entries will be assessed according to the creative design strategies used by architects and will need to provide us with all of the requested practice – All PDF ﬁles must be of similar print resolution quality. designers, to maximise the innovative potential of these speciﬁc products, as distinguished and project details and then please write a statement to from other rooﬁng products on the market. provide a theoretical context for your CONCEPT (answer – Please provide a hard copy with your submission. the questions in the submission form list). 3. The jury will look for a balanced design, between rooﬁng innovation and the overall design – Ensure that any accreditation is clearly marked on innovation within the building. material sent. Boral accepts no responsibility for incorrect – This information should be saved as a Microsoft or mistaken attribution/accreditation of projects. 4. Emphasis is placed particularly on the exploration of sustainable outcomes within the Word Document. overall design. – Title the doc with the practice and project name eg. Yourpracticename_yourprojecttitle.doc.