2009 Charter Awards

コンペ結果

REGION, METROPOLIS, CITY, TOWN SCALE
Buffalo Comprehensive Plan, Buffalo, NY
The Urban Design Project - The School of Architecture and Planning, SUNY Buffalo

Hertfordshire Guide to Growth – 2021, Hertfordshire, UK
Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company

NEIGHBORHOOD, DISTRICT, CORRIDOR SCALE
Crystal City Vision Plan 2050, Arlington, VA
Torti Gallas and Partners

East Riverfront Extension, Savannah, GA
Sottile & Sottile

The SmartCode
Center for Applied Transect Studies and Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company

Baldwin Park, Orlando, FL
New Broad Street Investments

River North, San Antonio, TX
Moule & Polyzoides, Architects & Urbanists

House Office Buildings Facilities Plan and Preliminary South Capitol Area Plan, Washington, DC
Wallace, Roberts & Todd, LLC

BLOCK, STREET, BUILDING SCALE
Columbia Heights, Washington, DC
Torti Gallas and Partners

Artscape Wychwood Barns, Toronto, Ontario
du Toit Architects Limited

ACADEMIC
Guo He Lou Theatre Complex, Beijing, China
Kai Hu, University of Notre Dame

Planning Abaco, Abaco Island, Bahamas
The School of Architecture, Andrews University

開催概要

アメリカのニューアーバニズム委員会(CNU)主催のコンペ。実在する都市や建築を対象に、自然との調和やコミュニティのあり方といった改革案を提案する。登録料は約26,000円と高め、賞金はなし。

カテゴリ アイディアコンペ / コンペ結果 / 学生が参加できるコンペ
タイプ International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Urban
開催地 United States
登録締切日 20 January 2009 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 27 January 2009 (Must be Received) GoogleCal
応募資格 All

Description
The Congress for the New Urbanism views disinvestment in central cities, the spread of placeless sprawl, increasing separation by race and income, environmental deterioration, loss of agricultural lands and wilderness, and the erosion of society's built heritage as one interrelated community-building challenge. We advocate the restructuring of public policy and development practices to support the following principles: neighborhoods should be diverse in use and population; communities should be designed for the pedestrian and transit as well as the car; cities and towns should be shaped by physically defined and universally accessible public spaces and community institutions; urban places should be framed by architecture and landscape design that celebrate local history, climate, ecology, and building practice.
Categories
- The Region: metropolis, city, and town
- The neighborhood, district, and corridor
- The block, street, and building

Jury
Victor Dover (Dover Kohl & Partners, Coral Gables, Florida
Andre Brumfield (EDAW, Chicago, Illinois)
Eduardo Castillo (Castillo Arquitectos, Guatemala City, Guatemala)
Doug Farr (Farr Associates, Chicago, Illinois)
Evan Jones (SEQ Regional Plan Review, Department of Infrastructure and Planning, Queensland Government, Brisbane, Australia)
Diane Miller (Envision Central Texas, Austin, Texas)
Karen Parolek (Opticos, Berkeley, California)

Prize
Publication

Entry Fee
The entry fee is $200 per project for CNU members and $300 per project for non-members. Academic submissions are $50 per project, which includes a one-year CNU student membership.

Entries
- Project Description (A4 1 page)
- Response to Charter Principles (A4 1 page)
- Lessons Learned (A4 half page)
- Illustrations (A4 5 to 12 pages)
- Digital Images (up to 9 total)

Submission Address
CNU
The Marquette Building
140 S. Dearborn, Suite 310
Chicago, IL 60603

Timetable
Winners announcement: February 2009
The award ceremony: June 10-13, 2009 in Denver, Colorado

Links
Past winners

Organizer
Congress for the New Urbanism

Official Website
http://www.cnu.org/awards