New York CityVision Competition

Result

FIRST PRIZE
Eirini Giannakopoulou and Stefano Carera (SCEG) from Vigone (TO) Italy
with Hilario Isola and Matteo Norzi (Isola and Norzi) from Kent Av Brooklyn

SECOND PRIZE
Enrico Pieraccioli from Prato (PO) Italy and Claudio Granato from Noci (BA) Italy

The recipient of the FARM PRIZE is Miles Fujiki from New York
The project has been judged by Andrea Bartoli of Farm Cultural Park.

Eight Honorable Mentions have been recognized to
A. Faoro – F. Rizzetto
J. Tigges – F. Segat – A. Menon – N. di Croce
S. Ferreira Rodrigues Pereira – M. Franco Sêrro Caiado
A. Koetter – J. Rowen – E. Zeifman
Fukuchi Yusuke – Ono Mai – Uchida Kauzya – Itou Aya
B. Roberts
T. Cukar – C. Lowery
F. Furiassi

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Overview

Try to imagine New York in its future if the manipulation of the urban context and its architectural objects, joined with its inhabitants, will be influenced by SPACE and TIME.

Category Idea Competition / Competition Result / Open to Students
Type International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Urban
Country New York, United States
Registration Deadline 4 June 2012 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 11 June 2012 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility All

Description
If the future is gone, what past is expecting us?
Try to imagine New York in its future if the manipulation of the urban context and its architectural objects, joined with its inhabitants, will be influenced by SPACE and TIME.
In the formulation of your project proposal, you can follow one of these two themes, or combine them:
1. FROM PAST TO FUTURE
What went wrong?
Imagine the city of New York from manipulation and time deviation of a critical phase of its past and rewrite a new and correct future with consequent changes to the natural ecosystem, social and architectural history of the city
2. FROM FUTURE TO PAST
An anacronistic future?
Imagine New York City starting with the already compromised future – accepting the failure of our futuristic aspirations – and describe your idea of ​​a city of tomorrow that will have to come to terms with the relentless advance of technology and the parallel regression of the social life of its inhabitants, but that has a great opportunity to really change the system by replacing all that is outsourcing into insourcing.
More suggestions and special reports can be read and extracted from the PAST SHOCK project that you can find inside the editorial of this issue and through the website pastshock.tumblr.com.

Jury
JOSHUA PRINCE-RAMUS (REX Architects)
EVA FRANCH I GILABERT (Storefront for Art and Architecture)
ROLAND SNOOKS (Kokkugia)
SHOHEI SHIGEMATSU (OMA, NY)
ALESSANDRO ORSINI (Architensions)
MITCHELL JOACHIM (Terreform One)

Prize
1st place: € 2.000
2nd place: € 1.000
and 6 Honorable Mentions

Entry Fee
70€
Early registration deadline: 50€ (until April 9th, 2012)

Entries
Two boards in A2 and a written report in A4

Timetable
Results announcement: June 2012 on the competition website
http://www.cityvision-competition.com/newyork/
Winning ceremony and exhibition: September 2012

Links
Past winners

Organizer
CityVision

Official Website
http://www.cityvision-competition.com/newyork/