Zero Threshold uses a real neighborhood—Old Brooklyn in Cleveland, Ohio—as a stand-in for urban neighborhoods throughout the United States and in other parts of the world. Competition entries are expected to respond to the local context while also expanding ideas about accessibility more broadly throughout the built environment.
The competition is open to students and professionals, working individually or in teams. Winning entries will receive monetary awards and be featured in an exhibition and publication. The strongest and most innovative awards may be constructed in a future second phase of the competition.
Join us in envisioning and building a barrier-free future.
|Student, Early Bird - 1 Category||$0|
|Professional, Early Bird - 1 Category||$100|
|Studio, Early Bird - up to 25 students, any categories||$150|