Brick-Stainable: Rethinking Brick


Flora Bougiatioti — Cyprus — Technical Design
Maria Eftychi — Cyprus — Technical Design
Aimilios Michael — Cyprus — Technical Design

Kenfield Griffith — United States — Technical Design

Rizal Muslimin — United States — Technical Design

Arindam Bose — Qatar — Whole Building Design
Minali Singh — Qatar — Whole Building Design

Héctor Alejandro Módica de Caso — Mexico — Whole Building Design
Lourdes Ivonne Del Río Suárez — Mexico — Whole Building Design

Eric Haskins — United States — Whole Building Design
Gary Vincent — United States — Whole Building Design



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, Onymous
ジャンル Hotel
開催地 Washington, D.C., United States
登録締切日 15 September 2009 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 30 October 2009 GoogleCal
応募資格 All

This competition seeks to explore the potential of brick construction in the creation of an energy efficient building and challenges design teams to maximize the physical characteristics of this construction in the creation of integrated design solutions.
We has created this competition to advance thinking about integrated design solutions for sustainability. It is the goal of this Competition not only to stimulate ideas about this material, but also to document and share the best of those ideas with the design community and other related industries/influential associations through publications and distribution via the internet.

Vivian Loftness (University Professor, School of Architecture, Carnegie Melon)
Garth Rockcastle (Dean, University Professor, School of Architecture.Planning.Preservation, University of Maryland)
Kara Johnson (Material scientist)
Martin Vachon (Bachelor and Master of engineering degrees in Civil Engineer from the University of Sherbrooke)

Whole Building Design Award: $10,000 prize
Whole Building Design Honorable Mention (up to 3): $2,000
Technical Design Award: $7,500 prize
Technical Design Honorable Mention (up to 3): $2,000

Entry Fee

24” x 36” boards

Announcement of Winners: December 15, 2009
Award Ceremony: January 27, 2010 at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC

Potomac Valley Brick

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