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CANstruction 2010

CANstruction 2010

A piece of deep-dish pizza made from cans of food and titled "Take a Slice out of Hunger . . . One Slice at a Time" won for Best Use of Labels in the fourth annual CANstruction competition. The winners were named last week at an event at the Merchandise Mart. Charlie DuTemple, from left, Cierine Nicolas, Aliza Skolnik and Curtis Aubry, all of Environmental Systems Design Inc., were on the team that designed and built the “Slice” entry, which used about 4,000 cans of food. Their entry and several others go on to a national competition. About 65,000 cans of food were used in the Chicago entries; those plus several thousand donated and extra cans will go to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. The entries will be on display through June 2 at the Merchandise Mart. Photos by Dianne Brogan

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Bryan Roe, from left, Shannon Riddle, Laurel Smith and Linda Mysliwiec, all of Gensler, were on the team that designed and built the entry "Bust Your 'Burro' to End Hunger,'' a donkey pinata spilling cans of food. The entry Most Creative name and the AIA/SEAOI award.

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Magdalena Hebal and Greg Ter-Arutyunov, both of Nagle Hartray.

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Dawn Hooper and J. Eric Smentowski, both of Zurich.

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Miranda Beystehner, from left, Kelsey Leap, Kimberly Caramagno and Katherine Stankiewicz were on the BSA LifeStructures / Maregatti Interiors team that designed and built "Little Engine that CAN," a train locomotive.

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RJN Group Inc.'s entry, "CANstruction Ahead — End Hunger Now," won the award for using the most cans (8,612) and the GCFD's "In Demand" Award.

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Laura Quale of Arden Realty Inc. and Mark Collins of Jones Lang LaSalle.

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Bill Zwecker, left, of the Chicago Sun Times, Monica Pedersen of HGTV and Richard Schneider of Supreme Fabrics.

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Lauren Finch, from left, of Merchandise Mart Properties Inc., Charley Carrol of Second City and Alex Babel of HDR Inc.

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Victoria Kent of Merchandise Mart Properties and Andy Christensen of the Greater Chicago Food Depository.

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Kelly Alter, from left, of Eckenhoff Saunders Architects, Ann Cosgrove of SmithGroup and Angela Spadoni of Eckenhoff Saunders Architects.

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Steven Elver, left, of AECOM and Phil Barash of the Chicago Architecture Foundation.

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Gianna Tetrick, from left, Gina Deary and Lisa Simeone, all of Simeone Deary Design Group.

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Jennifer Traut, from left, of Sheffee Lulkin & Associates, Megen Briars of OKW Architects, Brie Yaksic of dbHMS, Megan Bell of AIA Chicago, Ines Feiereisel of Faithful + Gould and Maggie Kollker of the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Ms. Briars and Ms. Bell were co-chairs of the competition.

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