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Pet (pet) 1. An animal kept for companionship 2. An object of affection 3. A person, esp. loved or indulged as a favorite Utopia (u-to-pi-a) 1. An imaginary.

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1 Pet (pet) 1. An animal kept for companionship 2. An object of affection 3. A person, esp. loved or indulged as a favorite Utopia (u-to-pi-a) 1. An imaginary island of ideal perfection described in Sir Thomas Mores Utopia (1516) 2. An ideally perfect place, esp. in its social-political aspects 3. An impractical, idealistic concept for social and political reform Pet Utopia (pet-u-to-pi-a) an iida sw chapter project benefiting the Arizona Animal Welfare League 1. An event where Interior Designers and Architects plan and execute the layout, design and ideal furnishings for a pet 2. A representation of perfect items for a pet, including pet houses and beds, leashes and collars, food and water dishes, clothing, and other objects worthy of a pets desires. 3. A fundraiser benefiting IIDA SW Chapter and the Arizona Humane Society. i n t r o d u c t i o n p r o g r a m m i n g b o o k l e t An IIDA Southwest Chapter Sponsored Event Saturday, November 1, 2008 Pecos Park in Ahwatukee 10-2pm Benefiting the Arizona Animal Welfare League + iida sw chapter

2 r e g i s t r a t i o n c h e c k l i s t s u b m i s s i o n c h e c k l i s t Completed registration form Entry fee: $50 per team (2-5 designers/architects) $15 per individual (1 designer/architect only) (all entry fees are non-refundable) Registration form and checks payable to IIDA SW due by US Business Interiors c/o Lori Santoro 5005 E. Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 For questions, call Luisa Carr at 602.954.9060 or lcarr@dfdg.comlcarr@dfdg.com Team Storyboard (optional): * images/sketches of design inspiration and process * Firm name, team name, member names, etc. * sponsor info, if applicable * text explaining item (materials, intended use and inspiration) Designed Items : * all necessary parts/pieces * completed entry submission form * photo of item * Designers/architects are responsible for delivering and setting up items no later than 9:00am on November 1 st at Pecos Park located in Ahwatukee (I-10 to Chandler Blvd, Right to 48 th St, Left on 48 th St to park entry, Right after entry) Sept15, 2008 delivered to:

3 r e g i s t r a t i o n f o r m Team MemberFirm RepresentedPhoneFax E-mail 1.___________________________________________________________________________________________ 2.___________________________________________________________________________________________ 3.___________________________________________________________________________________________ 4.___________________________________________________________________________________________ 5.________________________________________________________________________________________ Team Name: ________________________ Team Contributor: ____________________ s u b m i s s o n f o r m Detailed description of pet item being designed: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Estimated value of item: $_______________ Completed registration form Entry fee:$50 per team (2-5 designers/architects) $15 per individual (1 designer/architect only) Checks made payable to IIDA SW mailed by Sept. 15, 2008 to: US Business Interiors c/o Lori Santoro, 5005 E. Washington St, Phx, AZ 85034 Questions please contact Luisa Carr at 602.954.9060 *Submission forms due October 24 th, 2008 to Lori Santoro at 5005 E. Washington Street, Phx, AZ 85034.

4 p r o j e c t d e s c r i p t i o n Your client is a pet that wants to be adopted from the Arizona Animal Welfare League. To make sure that this pet is happy in its newly adopted environment, the Arizona Animal Welfare League needs your help to create items that would improve its quality of life. Design this pets item with as much thought and craftsmanship as you would for a person. This also includes utilizing materials that you might find in a designers library. Designers are also encouraged to team with general/sub contractors, architects, engineers, manufacturers representatives, and dealers.

5 p e t s i z e X S - S p e t s i z e M - L Ideal Pet Furnishings: Habitats/Structures Food Dishes Toys Pet Carriers Collars, Leashes and Accessories Beds/Kennels Design considerations: Pet Profile Option One: The pet you have decided to design for is an extra small to small sized pet whose maximum size is: 1 tall, 1.5 long from nose to tail and weighs up to 25 pounds. Some examples include: cats, toy dog breeds, ferrets, hamsters, fish, birds, guinea pigs, small lizards, rabbits, etc. This pet would like to be adopted by someone who lives in a condo or loft. This pet is trendy and would like to be seen at the hottest spots in town such as Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Waterfront, La Grande Orange, or Postino. Designing a unique yet functional item is the goal! Ideal Pet Furnishings: Habitats/Structures Food Dishes Toys Pet Carriers Collars, Leashes and Accessories Beds/Kennels Design considerations: Pet Profile Option Two: The pet you have decided to design for is a medium sized pet whose maximum size is: 2 tall, 3 long from nose to tail and weighs up to 50 pounds. Some examples include: medium sized dogs such as Terriers and Beagles, pot-bellied pigs, lizards, parrots, etc. This pet would like to be adopted by someone who lives in the metropolitan area. This pet likes traveling and leisurely activities. Designing a unique yet functional item is the goal!

6 p e t s i z e L – X L d e s i g n g u i d e l i n e s Your pet items will be displayed for the general public and auctioned to fellow designers, architects, manufacturers reps, contractors, students and animal lovers alike. We ask that you restrict the size of entries to no larger than a 4 X 4 area. Entries will need to be dropped off by 9:00 am on the day of the event (November 1 st ). Entries should be designed to be easily moved and lifted by no more than two people and be structurally sound! These pets have a variety of needs and the design possibilities are endless, so feel free to think outside the box! Ideal Pet Furnishings: Collars, Leashes and AccessoriesFood Dishes ToysPet Carriers Beds/KennelsHabitats/Structures Design considerations: Pet Profile Option Three: The pet you have decided to design for is large to extra large sized whose maximum size is: 3 tall, 5 long from nose to tail and weighs up to 150 pounds. Some examples include: large breed dogs such as St. Bernards, Labradors, Golden Retrievers, etc. This pet would like to be adopted by someone with a large fenced- in yard and plenty of room to roam. This pet enjoys sports and outdoor activities like running in area parks. Designing a unique yet functional item is the goal!

7 c o n t a c t i n f o r m a t i o n If you are interested in participating, donating or sponsoring, please contact: Luisa Carr @ 602.954.9060 (for Participating) Lori Santoro @ 602.648.8117 (for Participating) Gigi Connolly @ 602.957.5294 (for Sponsorship) Dan Lynn@ 480.272.0300 (for Sponsorship) Stacy Bolen @ 480.294.9221 (for Sponsorship) Thank You For Your Support! www.iidasw.orgwww.iidasw.org www.aawl.org www.phoenix.gov/parks/dogparks.htmlwww.aawl.orgwww.phoenix.gov/parks/dogparks.html


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