1st Place: $1500
"Re-Cultivating the Forest City - Cleveland Ohio's New Urban River Infrastructure"

2nd Place: $1000
Michael Haggerty + Karen Kubey
"2nd Marriage"


1st Place: $1500
Nick Wickersham, Auburn University - the Rural Studio
"Waterfront Mid-Sized City - Pensacola, FL"

2nd Place: $1000
Sarah Grider, Kirke McNeel, Amy Monarch, Rachel Hill, Mississippi State University
"Jackson reFORMed"

Honorable Mention
Eric Rober Shell, University of Detroit Mercy
"A Means to a Place: Reconnecting the Road With the Street"



カテゴリ アイディアコンペ / コンペ結果
タイプ International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Urban
開催地 Jackson, United States
登録締切日 15 August 2010 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 15 October 2010 (Must be Received) GoogleCal
応募資格 All

To rethink the future of mid-size cities, and their role in the overlapping economic and environmental challenges that the 21st century brings, Mississippi State Universityʼs Jackson Community Design Center (JCDC) will host a design competition and symposium focused on the inherent challenges and immense potential for socioeconomic and environmental reconciliation by addressing barriers created by an urban divide.
FORMCities calls for design proposals to address the negative impacts of urban forms and transportation thoroughfares which have created visual, physical, and psychological, barriers that have sorted cities along the lines of race, income, and class.
For the purpose of FORMCities, a mid size city is any metropolitan statistical area with a population of a minimum of 100,000 and a maximum of 1,000,000 people in the city proper and the surrounding suburban municipalities. There will be both a student category and a professional category.

Not yet announced

Prize monies: totaling $5000

Entry Fee
Professional Team: $60
Student Team: $35

One Proposal Brief (A3) and 2 Boards(20” x 30”)

Submission Address
Jackson Community Design Center
509 East Capitol Street
Jackson, MS 39201 USA

Winners announcement: 6 November 2010
Traveling exhibition: Winter 2010- Spring 2011

Mississippi State University/ College of Architecture, Art + Design/ Robert V.M. & Freda Harrison/ Lecture Series/ Jackson State University Department of Urban and Regional Planning/ Mississippi Arts Commission/ Greater Jackson Arts Council/ Entergy MS

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