SMART Ideas Urban Design Competition

コンペ結果

Honor Award
Pathways to a Sustainable Future-Richard Price, AIA and Will Grimm, Planner/Architect, LEED AP

Merit Award
Refarming Suburbia - Design, Community & Environment (DCE) Planning - Team: Bill Bogenschutz, Bruce Brubaker, LEED AP, Agnes Chan, LEED AP, Melissa Erikson, ASLA, LEED AP, Mike Ernst, LEED AP, Isby Fleischmann, LEED AP, Yiu Kam, Charlie Loy, Kurt Massey, LEED AP, Sophie Mintier, LEED AP, Kevin Waldron

Citation
– Bob Theis, Architect, and Barbara Baiardi – Micro-Infill Urbanism
– Paul Harris, Architect, and Jack Lee, Artist – Bridgeway
– Michael Woods, AIA, LEED AP– Urban Design Plan with Live Work Units

開催概要

カリフォルニア州のソノマ・マリン郡を縦断する鉄道SMARTは、環境配慮をコンセプトに掲げ公園整備や自転車道路の計画にも取り組んでいる。その沿線にあるサンタ・ローザの郊外およそ3km角のエリアを取り上げ、もっと歩きやすく暮らしやすくするための新鮮なアイディアを募集。

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 Urban
開催地 California, United States
登録締切日 1 February 2010 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 8 February 2010 (via Online) GoogleCal
応募資格 All

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Description
NW Santa Rosa developed in pieces according to sales of large farm tracts for key institutions, then filled in with a variety of uses, but without a planning vision for what the area could become. When the general plan was written in the early 1990's and a zoning map developed, the map primarily followed the existing uses, without much planning thought. Now there are some major employers, services, and institutions in the area, and they are growing. There is a highway right down the middle and there is a commuter train coming. How do we retrofit this interesting suburban puzzle, with parcels under multiple ownerships, to create a more walkable and livable community? Out of the box thinking is encouraged.

Jury
Ellen Dunham-Jones (AIA, author of Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs)
RK Stewart (FAIA, 2007 President of AIA National Associate Principal, Perkins and Will)
David Baker (FAIA, Award Winning Designer of Multi-Family Principal, David Baker + Partners)

Prize
Cash prizes (not yet announced in detail) and exhibition and pulication

Entry Fee
By January 15: Students: $50 USD, Academics/Professionals: $100 USD
By February 1: Students: $75 USD, Academics/Professionals: $150 USD

Entries
A maximum 2 30”x42” PDF panels

Timetable
Jury meeting and decision: 12 February 201
Community Presentation: 13 February 2010
eBook available: 30 February 2010

Organizer
American Institute of Architects, Redwood Empire, and Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy

Official Website
http://smartideascompetition.com/page1.php

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