The 9th annual Canstruction event takes place May 22th - 26th 2013 in downtown San Diego at Westfield Horton Plaza. Please note that registration is on April 15th, 2013 and designs are to be submitted by May 1, 2013. Please note that no food can be ordered after May 1, 2013 - so please get your entires in!
To enter a team in the event, please contact Steven Glynn.
The 8th annual Canstruction event took place on May 16th - 20th, 2012 in downtown San Diego at Westfield Horton Plaza. Thanks to all the participants and sponsors, the 2012 event was a great success. Click here to see the structures from this event. To enter a team for the next event, contact Steven Glynn.
The 7th annual Canstruction event took place on October 20th - 23rd, 2011 in downtown San Diego at Westfield Horton Plaza. Thanks to all the participants and sponsors, the 2011 event was a great success. Click here to see the structures from this event.
What is Canstruction?
Canstruction San Diego's top Architects and Engineers compete annually in a design-build competition to create giant works of sculptural art, made entirely out of canned foods! These structures are up to 8 feet tall and 10 feet wide! No interior structural support is allowed. These are solid structures made entirely out of canned food. The Architects and Engineers are judged and the winners announced at the Gala. Once the structures are taken down, all of the food is donated to local San Diego food banks.
Canstruction provides the opportunity for the design industry to become involved in a pressing social issue, while their creativity involves them in a national competition that brings recognition, offers team bonding opportunities, and instills a sense of pride knowing "one can" really make a difference. Start Canstructing!
Where does it Take Place?
There are 130 different locations throughout the United States & Canada. The 2011 Canstruction San Diego event will take place in downtown San Diego at Westfield Horton Plaza.
Is there a cost?
No cost! We are asking visitors to bring a can of food to help feed San Diego's hungry families, because "one can" really can make a difference!