d3 housing tomorrow 2011


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The competition allows designers freedom to approach their creative process in a scale-appropriate manner, from large-scale master planning endeavors, to individual building concepts, to notions of the interior realm. Although there are no restrictions on site, scale, program, or residential building typology, proposals should carefully address their selected context.

Category Award / Open to Students / Competition Result
Type International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Housing, Sustainability
Country New York, United States
RegDeadline 10 January 2011 GoogleCal iCal
20 January 2011 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility All

d3 is an organization committed to advancing innovative positions in architecture, art, and design by providing a collaborative environment for architects, artists, designers, and students from throughout New York City and around the world. Our Brooklyn-based program of exhibitions, events, and publications is focused on generating dialogue and collaboration across geographic, ideological, and disciplinary boundaries in art and the built environment. Our mission seeks to unearth new approaches to connecting, form, space, and materiality with innovative notions of interiority and exteriority at various scales.
- CATEGORY 1: Open category that calls for sustainable residential design proposals envisioned for worldwide site locations. All projects will be entered into this category.
- SPECIAL MENTIONS CATEGORIES: All projects will be eligible for typology-specific special mentions.

Gil Akos, studioMode/New York
Colin Cathcart, Kiss-Cathcart/New York
Alexis Gregory, Savannah College of Art and Design
Nathan Howe, Kansas State University
Vanessa Keith, Studioteka/New York
Chris Lasch, Aranda-Lasch/New York
Marc Manack, siloARD/Cleveland
Robert Maschke, Robert Maschke Architects/Cleveland
Ronnie Parsons, studioMode/New York
Roland Snooks, Kokkugia/New York
Yutaka Takiura, Pratt Institute
Sanjive Vaidya, Vaidya-Stoltz/New York

First Place: $1000
Second Place: $500
Third Place: $250
High-Density Housing, Medium-Density Housing, Low-Density Housing, Deployable Pod, Modular Interior, NYC: Exhibition and Publication

Entry Fee
$50 USD/professional entry
$25 USD/student entry

2 Presentation Boards (60cm x 100cm)

Jury Convenes: Early February 2011
Results Announced: Early February 2011
Summary Publication: TBD

Past winners


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