How should a superhero live? In a tower, in a cave or in the basement? That is this year’s theme at the Gingerbread House Competition arranged by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design’s.
The Gingerbread House Competition 2015 is inspired by the current exhibition “Architecture Comics,” which presents architects using cartoons in their work.
All contest entries will be exhibited at the National Museum – Architecture and on the museum’s webpage.
The jury consists of experts in architecture, comics and gingerbread house construction.
Throughout December, it possible to vote on your favorite gingerbread house both on-line and at the exhibition at the National Museum – Architecture.
Winner of the Audience Award will be announced during the first week in January 2016. The National Museum emphasizes that unclaimed contributions will be eaten at the announcement. Bring your own hammer.
The museum encourage all gingerbread house constructors to use #superhelthjem. The images will be displayed on their website and at the exhibition.
Text by: Anette Broteng Christiansen, ThorNews
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