#Playhouzz 2016 Design Competition

Currently my ‪#‎playhouzz‬ play house design competition entry is in the top 15 out of 352 entries!!! Thank you all so much for voting. Please continue to share this post with everyone. The submission deadline closes in two days and the entries are still coming in. Voting will be open until 5 p.m. PT, April 21, 2016.
http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/64519004/thumbs/playhouzz
To view and vote for my design, go to the link below and - click the “like” button (so that it turns green) at the top of the page
Design Competition Overview:
Houzz and the American Institute of Architects have teamed up to launch PlayHouzz 2016, a charitable playhouse design contest and showcase. With this year’s theme of “Adventure,” we’re looking for innovative playhouse design entries that inspire a sense of imaginative play.
I greatly appreciate your vote and the time you are taking to support my design!

Sorry I wasn’t aware that this forum was available until recently. I am just trying to get the word out there about this competition. While I would appreciate your vote I respect your opinion. I would however encourage you to go look at all of the submissions and vote for the design you like. This is a great competition and many great entries have been submitted.

Hey @Box,
I think this may be a bit harsh. The OP was informing forum members about this competition in addition to soliciting approval for his entry. The Playhouzz competition has gained a measure of respectability in the design community and many SketchUppers may consider participating since SketchUp is an ideal format for creating models that would be appropriate candidates for contests such as this.

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What’s your point?

-Gully

I thought the point was self evident…the OP expressed a desire to inform the SU Forum community about a professional event wherein the talents of those using SketchUp could be advantageous and I felt the post I responded to earlier was somewhat heavy handed in that context.

Sorry, @jvleearchitects, “what’s your point?” is sort of a well-used (where I come from) gag-line I thought you’d be familiar with. It was actually a mild dig at @Box, made in the spirit of, say, collegial jocularity.

Fun, huh?

-Gully

Alright, that one went waay over my head.

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