PLANYC 2030: New York City Green Building Competition


カテゴリ アワード / アイディアコンペ / 学生が参加できるコンペ
タイプ International Architecture Idea Competition and Award
ジャンル Environment
開催地 New York, United States
登録締切日 30 May 2008 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 30 May 2008 (via Online)
応募資格 All

The purpose of this competition is to establish New York City as the leader in America’s green building movement by:
1) Showcasing how green building principles can be incorporated into new and existing New York City building stock
2) Encouraging the development of new ideas in green building design by providing a venue for those people dedicated to green building principles to share their experiences
3) Uncovering and highlighting the impediments to green building in New York City so that government can better understand the changes needed to facilitate the proliferation of green buildings

Projects must be classified in one of the three following categories:
- Built
This category is for projects that have completed construction/renovation and successfully incorporated an exemplary palette of green building strategies into beautiful designs. Projects must be completed by the date of submission, January, 2008.
- Design/Construction Project
Due to the recent expansion of the green building market within New York City, this category seeks submissions of projects that are in final stages of design or that are currently under construction. These submissions should include thoughtful schematic designs and development documents.
- Conceptual Design
To continue the push for innovative solutions and ideas, this category seeks submissions of projects that are strictly conceptual designs. These projects must include thoughtful schematic design and development documents.

Helena Durst (Assistant Vice President, Durst Organization)
Robert F. Fox, Jr. (Partner, Cook+Fox Architects)
Charles Griffith (Co-Chair, Committee on the Environment, NYC Chapter AIA, Polshek Partnership Architects, LLP, Associate Partner)
Susan Kaplan (Vice Chair, Executive Board, NY Chapter USGBC, Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority)
Laurie Kerr (Senior Policy Advisor on Green Building and Energy, New York City Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability)
Jennifer Ward Souder (Director of Capital Projects, Queens Botanical Garden)
Jessica Strauss (Co-Chair, Committee on the Environment, NYC Chapter AIA, NYC Chapter Steel Leaf LLC, Principal; NYC Chapter Yale School of Management)
Meg Walker (Vice President, Project for Public Spaces)
Claire Weisz (Founding Principal, Weisz + Yoes Architecture; Board Member, Design Trust for Public Space)

Judging Process
One-Stage, Anonymous Competition


Entry Fee

PDF format (not exceed 25 pages)

Announcement of Winners/ display of all projects: August/September 2008

Past winners

The City of New York and the United States Environmental Protection Agency

Official Website