Sustainable Studio/Living Units at ASsociety’s Farmland

Result

FINALISTS
G TECTS - exploded axonometric
Austin+Mergold - Living in the plants
KTC - Recipe House

HONORABLE MENTIONS
K Gregory and K Saunders - The anchor
RikEkstrom/SVAclass - Co-op COOP
TracyA.Stone Architect - GreenHaus
Konyk - Girasole
FutureFarmers - Regenerative House
Todo Design - Bedrock

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Overview

Andes, New York – Andes Sprouts Society (ASsociety) is pleased to announce an architecture and design competition for immediate release. Submissions from architects both locally and abroad will be accepted until February 15, 2009. The winning Design will be realized on ASsociety’s farm with completion expected in Summer 2009.

Category Competition Result / Project Competition
Type International, Project, Open, Single-Stage
Genre Architecture, Sustainability
Country United States
Registration Deadline 15 February 2009 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 15 February 2009 (via Online)
Eligibility All

Description
Based on the concept ‘small is beautiful’ (300sft), selected designs will address program needs for both residency and farm operations. ASsociety resident artists will be engaged in developing media art projects with crossover activities in emergent technologies and organic farming. Andes Sprouts Society(registered NY State not-for profit) works toward the exchange of knowledge and labor of urban gardening and field farming, the sustainability of the land, while engaging artists and the international perspective oneco-bio issues. ASsociety farm sits on 21 acres in New York's Delaware county within the Catskill Mountain Region/ NYC Watershed.

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Jury
Not yet announced

Prize
Winner will be commissioned to realize the project at the ASsociety farmland in late Spring 2009.

Entry Fee
None

Entries
- Up to 2 letter size pages of proposed design
- Estimated budget
- etc

Timetable
Selection of artists/architects: until March 31, 2009

Organizer
ASsociety

Official Website
http://andessproutsresidency.wordpress.com/

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