First Place Winner
“From the Ground Up”
Michael Haggerty & Raj Kottamasu
Urban Design Prize Winner
“The Future is Food”
Robert Shepperd, Gassia Saliban & Yuki Bowman
Architecture Honourable Mentions
1 - "Hydronic Deformation"
L. Garofalo & A. Adderley
2 - "Urban Villas for a Resilient City"
Urban Design Honourable Mentions
1 - "Lhasa Bioregional Architecture"
2 - "Eco-Techture"
Shadi Edarehchi Gilani with Kambiz Hashemnejad
3 - "The Hill of the Wind"
Armando Carranco Hernandez
4 - "Hybrid Algorithm"
5 - "Re-Urbia / Revitalising neighbourhoods"
Nick Sweet, Lisa Addiscott & Steve Robins
|Category||Idea Competition / Open to Students / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous|
|Genre||Office, Redevelopment, Renovation, Urban|
|RegDeadline||1 June 2009 GoogleCal iCal|
|1 June 2009 (via Online)|
- Repurposing and re-skinning an existing multi-story commercial office building to convert it into a low-carbon, net-zero energy, multi-use building
- Design a low-rise (6 or 7 story) mixed-use urban block development. This scenario imagines a building, or complex of buildings, that would occupy a typical urban block
- Transform an existing suburban low-density residential neighborhood into a higher-density mixed-use, self-sufficient, re-localized neighborhood
- Transform an existing urban residential neighborhood to make it more resilient and self sufficient in providing its own food supply
Craig Applegath (Architect/Urban Designer)
Antonio Gomez-Palacio (Urban Design)
Gregory Greene (Film Maker)
Peter Howard (Environmentalist)
Lyle Scott (Sustainability Engineering)
Kelly Dollan (Architecture and Urban Design)
Gordon Graff (Architecture and Urban Food)
Overall best submission (any category): $1000.00
Urban Design Second Prize: $500.00
Building Design Second Prize: $500.00
Honorable Mentions: Book Prize
$50 ($20 for students and interns)
A series of between 3 and 5 pages (8.5 x 11) including: a 300 to 500 word description, 1 3D perspective, 1 Site Plan drawing , 1 neighbourhood or community context plan