Transforming Seattle's 520 Floating Bridge

コンペ結果 Japanese Flag

First Place
South Park Food Bridge
David Dahl and Nicole Lew

Second Place
Spirit Pavilion
Jon Gentry and Aimee O'Carroll

Third Place
Sea Quilt
Rikako Wakabayashi and Sen Ando

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カテゴリ アイディアコンペ / 学生が参加できるコンペ / コンペ結果
タイプ International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Bridge
開催地 Seattle, United States
登録締切日 10 August 2012 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 15 August 2012 (via Online) GoogleCal
応募資格 Professionals and students of the international design and art communities over the age of 18

The Transforming Seattle’s 520 Floating Bridge 2012 International Design Ideas Competition is challenging the design and art communities to envision new, innovative reuse strategies. The 520 bridge will be decommissioned in 2014 due to high maintenance costs, damage, and the need for additional lanes. The Washington State Department of Transportation is requiring of the new bridge’s design-build team that it be reused or recycled in a sustainable fashion; current trends for the reuse of pontoons have been floating docks, breakwaters and piers, but what else could be done with such a feat of engineering?

Robert E. Hull (FAIA, Architect - Founding Partner and Lead Designer of Miller|Hull Partnership, LLP) Ev Ruffcorn (FAIA, Architect - Design Principal at NBBJ )
Shannon Nichol (PLA, ASLA, LEED AP, Landscape Architect - Director of Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Ellen Sollod (Environmental Artist and Designer - Principal at Sollod Studio)
Mark Hinshaw (FAIA, FAICP Urban Designer - Principal and Director of Urban Design at LMN Architects
Moderator - Peter Steinbrueck (Architect and Design Strategist - Steinbrueck Urban Strategies LLC)

First Place: $3,000
Second Place: $1,500
Third Place: $500
Best Student Entry: $500
5 Honorable Mentions: $100 each

Entry Fee
Early Registration: $40 - June 5 to July 4, 2012
Regular Registration: $100 - July 5 to August 10, 2012

A 32” x 40” board

Awards Announced at Seattle Design Festival and on Website: September 21, 2012
Public Exhibition in AIA Seattle Gallery, Virtual Exhibition Launched: Sept. 18 - Oct. 26, 2012


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