Columbus Re-Wired


1st Place – Interboro – Brooklyn, NY – Professional
2nd Place – Yufan Cheung – University of Kentucky, College of Design
3rd Place – Acock Associates Architects – Columbus, OH – Professional
Honorable Mention – Pierre Bélanger, Ed Zec, Behnaz Assadi – Toronto, ON



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 Urban Design Ideas Competition
ジャンル Transportation
開催地 United States
登録締切日 17 Aug 2007 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 31 Aug 2007
応募資格 Architects, Intern Architects, Students, and Allied Design Professionals

“Columbus Re-Wired” is an ideas competition seeking a wide array of creative design proposals in the realm of urban design and architecture in order to initiate a dialogue about the current and future state of Columbus’ public transportation network in the context of its overall infrastructure.
The competitors are being asked to think critically and respond to general conditions and potentials vis-à-vis a speculative reading of
1) Columbus’ transportation and infrastructural “networks”
2) act on that speculation using one of three sites.

Marilee Utter (President, Citiventure Associates Denver CO)
Borja Ferrater (Partner, Carlos Ferrater Architect Barcelona, ES)
Mark Robbins (Dean, Syracuse University School of Architecture Syracuse NY)
Robert Livesey, FAIA (Professor, Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University Columbus OH)
Jerome Unterreiner (Associate Partner, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects Portland OR)
Bart Overly (Jury Advisor Blostein/Overly Architects Columbus OH)
Ashley Schafer (Associate Professor, Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University Columbus OH)

Competition Type
One-Stage, Anonymous Competition

First Prize $8,000 US Dollars
Second Prize $4,000 US Dollars
Third Prize $2,000 US Dollars
Honorable Mention (3)
In addition, the neighborhood residents, property owners and stakeholders taking part in the community design charrette will separately award a “Community Choice” Merit Award for each of the sites. Like the honorable mentions awarded by the Competition Jury, these merit awards will not be monetary.

Entry Fee
US $100 for professionals (i.e. architects, landscape architects, urban planners, urban designers, artists)
US $50 for interns (enrolled in Intern Development Program)
US $35 for students (enrolled in accredited academic program)

Two 30”w x 40”h boards and a Compact Disk with 72dpi jpeg reductions and PDF files of each board

Jury Deliberations: 06 Sep 2007
Public Announcement of Awards and Public Reception: 07 Sep 2007

AIA Columbus

Official Website