Rizal Eco Center competes for 2 Architizer A+ Awards in New York

Rizal Eco Center
Voting for Rizal Eco Center is open until July 5. Credits to DEQA Design Collaborative

The Rizal Eco Center on Tayak Hill is the lone Philippine entry to make it to the finals of the 2019 Architizer A+ Awards in New York.

The Rizal Eco Center’s interlinked pavilion, made of 30,000 recycled plastic bottles and bamboo as primary materials, was selected to compete in the Unbuilt Cultural Category.

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It is now competing for two awards: the Popular Choice Award and the Jury Award. Public voting is until July 5, 2019.

Rizal Eco Center’s inclusion in the Architizer A+ Awards program is an affirmation of the center as one of the best architecture and design projects around the world.

The Rizal Eco Project, located on the northeastern slope of Tayak Hill in the heart of the Tanaw de Rizal Park, is an initiative of Filipino social innovator Illac Diaz and the Liter of Light, funded by My Shelter Foundation, and conceptualized by DEQA Design Collaborative.

Here is how to vote for the Philippines’ Rizal Eco Park:

Step 1: Click the following link :

Step 2: On the top-right corner, click the cute green “Sign Up to Vote” button.

Step 3:
– Sign-up with your Facebook Account.
– Sign-up with your Email Address.

Step 4:
Look for the “Rizal Eco Center” entry and click Vote!

Step 5:
Confirm vote by clicking “Confirm Vote” on the pop window.

Step 6 (Signed-up using Email Address):
If you signed up using your email address, Architizer will also send a confirm vote email to you.
Open your email account and find the Architizer A+Awards mail and click on the link provided inside.

DEADLINE OF VOTING is on July 5, 2019.

Get to know more about the Rizal Eco Center project here.

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