If you’re looking for real estate in the sustainable gingerbread house market, then you’ve come to the right place.

Dave S. waved the Checkered Flag for the sustainable gingerbread house contest a few days, but I thought it’s worth showing you all the variety of different entries we received. Although they range from “fancy” to “technical” to “rustic”, all entries were essentially awesome.

Anyway, below are money shots of all entries, with a link to the Flickr section that houses more photographs of the particular creation. We’ll go in temporal order from the first entry to the last. Contest results will be decided by January 31st, and all entry images (85 photographs in total) can be seen here.

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greenlagirl

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Roblemo

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kixio

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trae 78

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Dr. Free-ride

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JTullis

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JMatteis

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CPedermo

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ACook

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GHarper

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SMulhauser

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monika.pearl

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rural.gingerbreadist

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AdinaBob

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AHoff

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ACasselman

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MMajidian

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KGasparino

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Slave to the Light (entered after contest deadline)

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David (@ng_dave) is Faculty at the Michael Smith Labs. His writing has appeared in places such as McSweeney's, The Walrus, and boingboing.net. He plans on using Terry as another place to highlight the mostly science-y links he appreciates.In fact, if you liked this one, you might also like his main site generally - this can be found at popperfont.net.

4 Responses to “If you’re looking for real estate in the sustainable gingerbread house market, then you’ve come to the right place.”

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    […] As you can see, last year’s winner had oodles of sustainable design aspects. You can see many more cool eco-homes at the BFAC2007 entries site.  […]

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    […] Either Matt Groening is psychic, or we live in a very weird world. * Remember the sustainable gingerbread house competition? Take a look at all 19 environmentally-friendly entries. * Hungry, Hungry Hamster. How […]

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    […] The Terry* Project hosted a competition in 2007 called Bake for a Change that challenged bakers and designers to come up with gingerbread houses that would be environmentally-friendly if they were full-size homes. This entry from AdinaBob has its green features explained right on the picture. See all the entries in this post. […]

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