A NEW INFRASTRUCTURE; Innovative Transit Solutions for Los Angeles

コンペ結果

Professional Category sponsored by AECOM and ARUP
1st Place $3000.00
Team Members: Jacob M. Brostoff, Joshua G. Stein, Jaclyn Thomforde and Aaron Whelton

2nd Place $1500.00
Fletcher Studio / David Fletcher. Team Members: Dylan Barlow, Ryan Chandler, Daniel Phillips, Tobi Adamolekun

3rd Place $1000.00
Team Members: Osborn Architects / Holly Chisholm, Kate Harvey, Armen Isagholi, Takeshi Kobayashi, Michael Pinto, Jared Sopko, Esmeralda Ward and Yuju Yeo

Honorable Mentions
Tom Beresford
NBBJ
RSA

Student Category sponsored by Sussman/Prejza and Company
1st Place $1500.00
Ryan Lovett, UC Berkeley

2nd Place $1000.00
Team Members: Alan Lu and Yan-ping Wang, UC Berkeley

3rd Place $500.00
Team Members: Ben Abelman, Vivian Ngo and Julia Siedle, Columbia University

Honorable Mentions
Team: Tim Do, George Labeth and Randy Stogsdill, SCI-Arc
Roe Goodman, University of British Columbia
Minjeong Gweon, CAL Poly Pomona

開催概要

アメリカが重要課題として掲げている都市の交通網整備について、ロサンゼルスを舞台に具体的なアイディアを競うコンペ。公共空間や環境との相互作用などにも踏み込む、学際的アプローチが期待されている。賞金は未定。

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, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Transportation, Urban
開催地 Los Angeles, United States
登録締切日 13 March 2009 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 13 March 2009 (Must be Received)
応募資格 All

Description
The passage in November 2008 of Measure R, a half cent sales tax in Los Angeles County, will provide as much as $40 billion for local transit-related projects over the next 30 years. Meanwhile, US President Barack Obama has pledged to make the largest investment since the 1950s in the country’s crumbling infrastructure.
But in addition to extensive new funding, there must also be a more innovative and integrated vision for these plans: this means a radical rethinking of the relationships between transit systems, public space and development of the city as whole. It’s time to use technological innovations and design skill to create transport that increases efficiency, safety, and comfort, while preserving and enhancing the public realm, meeting green building goals and dramatically improving our cities and our neighborhoods.
- Expand and improve the field of ideas for transportation design and transit-driven urban redevelopment projects within Los Angeles County.
- To broaden our thinking and discussions about the relationships between transit systems, public space and the built environment.

Jury
Thom Mayne (Principal and Founder of Morphosis Architects;Professor, UCLA)
Aspet Davidian (Director, Project Engineering Facilities, LA Metro)
Neil Denari (Professor, UCLA; Principal, Neil M. Denari Architects)
Gail Goldberg (Director of Planning, City of Los Angeles)
Roland Genick (Urban Designer, Exposition Line)
Cecilia V. Estolano (CEO CRA/LA- Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles)
Eric Owen Moss (Director, SCI-Arc; Principal)
Other jurors to be announced…

Prize
To be announced

Entry Fee
Student Entries: $25.00 USD
Professional Entries: $50.00 USD

Entries
2 presentation boards sized ARCH D (24” x 36”) and a description of no more than 500 words and digital datas

Submission Address
The Southern California Institute of Architecture
960 E 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Timetable
Public announcement of winners and jury discussion: March 21, 2009
Exhibition of selected entries: from March 21 to March 28, 2009 at SCI-Arc

Organizer
SCIFI at SCI-Arc and The Architect’s Newspaper


Official Website
http://www.sciarc.edu/news.php?id=1376