Bamboozle is a collaborative project where Design and Architecture Senior High (DASH) gathers to build a bamboo hut, but it's much more than a bamboo hut. Each class is assigned a bamboo stalk to customize in their own environmentally conscious way. The bamboo stalks are then put together into a bamboo hut in the school's courtyard, thus creating a communal space. This project teaches the benefits of teamwork and corroboration while at the same time beautifying the school campus. It also demonstrates that natural, sustainable elements are just as competent as man-made material when it comes to structure.
Ok due to the fact that the awnings are now tanning booths because the part for shade is destroyed, we decided to apply used plastic bottles that will be gathered from various sources. Will use the bottles to creat a mix of shade and daylight useing the awning frams.will make a flower design. about 20 flower designs will be tied on one awning frams useing wires. will use different types of bottle colors because we have a garedn near the dismantled awnongs and that too is colorful. besides life if full of color.
As a typical day goes by at our school,supplies such as paint,pencils,and paper are overused in every art class. Green ARTTECH is a program that provides a solution to this issue;it involves the awareness of the excess use of art materials through a transparent box sculpture. At the same time we would implement the use of a credit card for each student that would contain points to be able to use art materials given in art classes. Each time a student brings additional recycable waste for the box they will be awarded with extra points for their credit card.
CONGRATULATIONS to Janos, Oandy and Gabi from the Design and Architecture Senior High School in Miami Florida for winning the $10,000 GRAND PRIZE!
This design challenge is partially brought to you by Youth Rock The Rebuild, a group of teen musician, who perform to raise money for various student and disaster relief initiatives.
Guerrilla Green can be broken down into a 3 step process...
Using a ‘March Madness’ bracket system we are pitting the top 8 school teams from different regions against each other, to turn a great idea into a solution that can be scaled throughout the campus.
Check out this video for a full bracket breakdown.
Every time you advance, the CA$H prize increases.
ROUND 1 = $1,000
Come up with an idea to green your school.
ROUND 2 = $2,000
Implement your project. Bring your vision to life.
ROUND 3 = $10,000
Scale your idea. Tell us how your project could benefit a larger community.
FEBRUARY 1 - LAST DAY TO SUBMIT FEBRUARY 15 - Round 1 winners announced
MARCH 29- Round 2 closes APRIL 8 - Round 2 winners announced
APRIL 29 - Round 3 closes MAY 10 - Final winner announced
An online jury of sustainability and youth empowerment rockstars will review your ideas and select the winners of each round. They include a 19 year old film maker, an activist architect, a 21 year old eco-pioneer, and a few more damn cool people.
Learn more about your Guerrilla Green jury on our SUPER JURY page.
Teenagers! Youth Rock the Rebuild, a group of high school bands who raise funds to support eco-friendly building.
The co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, Cameron Sinclair, because he started Architecture for Humanity with 700 bucks, and he's frustrated that you don't have the support you deserve.
We have a group of friends who have been awesome supporters of our youth empowerment programs. For the Guerrilla Green Sustainability Challenge we are getting support from the Bezos Family Foundation, Teens Turning Green, The Goldberg Family Foundation, and the department of small works.