Site Specific 11

SPARK Modern Fires Design Competition
Let the design world see your SPARK!

We’re inspired by your use of SPARK fires. And we want to see more—in our 11th annual design competition. Up to six designs will represent SPARK in our national ad campaign, with full creative credit in the leading industry media. Plus, the grand prize winner will receive $2500! Only one project can win, but all qualified entries will appear in SPARK’s online portfolio.

 

Take a look at last year’s winners:
Grand Prize Winner: Modernist Woodland Retreat
Harbert, Michigan
Featuring the SPARK Fire Ribbon Vent Free Vu Thru 4ft
Architect: John A. Chipman, AIA / Chipman Design Architecture
Designer: Julie Babcock, Bree Burkett / Chipman Design Architecture

 

Merit Award Winners

Here are four more inspiring SPARK installations:

 

Winding Residence Living Room
Dallas, Texas
Featuring the SPARK Fire Ribbon Vent Free 3 ft
Architect: smitharc architects
Designer: Jason Smith, AIA, Signe Smith, AIA
Photographer: Stephen Karlisch
Southwestern Residence Porch
Dallas, Texas
Featuring the SPARK Linear Burner System Outdoor
Architect: smitharc architects
Designer: Jason Smith, AIA, Signe Smith, AIA
Photographer: Stephen Karlisch
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Southwestern Residence Lounge
Dallas, Texas
Featuring the SPARK Direct Vent 4ft
Architect: smitharc architects
Designer: Jason Smith, AIA, Signe Smith, AIA
Photographer: Stephen Karlisch

 

Set the Scene

Please include exterior images that show the larger environment of your SPARK installation.
We’d like to see the setting for your creativity, like these inspiring examples:

Alta Exterior
Beverly Hills, CA
Designer: HVJ Design
Loren Judaken, Principal
Landscape Architect: Katherine Spitz Associates
Katie Spitz, Principal
Photo: David Lena
Eels Lake Cottage
Architect: Altius Architecture
Designer: T. McIvor, T. Round
Photo: P. Burke, T.Round
Margarido Residence
Developer: Mike McDonald, Jill Martenson
Design: Medium Plenty
Photo: Mariko Reed

 

Play with Fire

Please show your SPARK design in use and being enjoyed—
Include images of people and pets interacting, but not blocking, the flame.
So have fun with your images, following these examples:

Greeneagle Residence
Oakville, Ontario
Architect: Guido Costantino
Photographer: Domenica Rodà
Sky Cottage
Architect: archimania
Designer: archimania
Photo: Darren Trentacosta
Desco Residence
Designer: Ana Seyffert
Architect: Carlos Gallego
Photo: Anthony Chaing, Adam Fish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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