A city that is connected -- in all senses of the word -- is a good city. The finalists of the Dallas Connected City Design Challenge offered numerous solutions in how Downtown Dallas can be linked to the Trinity River.
To guarantee a variety of ideas for Dallas' future development, the competition invited submissions in a Professional Stream and an Open Stream. Three Professional and 4 Open entries won. — bustler.net
Professional Stream finalists (selected by jury):
Stoss + SHoP, Boston, MA: "HyperDensity/HyperLandscape"
Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura, Barcelona, Spain: Dallas: "Downtown & Trinity"
OMA*AMO, New York, NY: "2Rivers/2Datums"
Open Stream finalists (selected by jury and public voting):
Kohki Hiranuma of Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates, Osaka, Japan: "Forest"
Bogdan Chipara of Constanta, Romania: Bridging
Raik Thonig and Marius Kreft of University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas: "Baroque Forest"
McLain Clutter of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan: "Incentive Network"
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