The Architectural League of New York announced today the eight winners of Emerging Voices 2014. The prestigious invite-only, portfolio competition recognizes emerging and potentially influential firms and individuals based in the U.S., Canada, or Mexico.
This year's winners were selected by the jury for their alternative forms of practice and entrepreneurial spirit, as well as their accomplishments in the design and academic communities. — bustler.net
The winners are:Pictured above: David Benjamin, The Living, New YorkRelated: YAP winner The Living selected to re-design MoMA PS1's courtyard this summerJoyce Hwang, Ants of the Prairie, BuffaloSalvador Macías Corona and Magui Peredo Arenas, Estudio Macías Peredo, GuadalajaraRonald...
Here comes our first Europan 12 project of this week -- and it's a double whammy. Rotterdam-based Estudio Lunar scored runner-up for both the Gjilan site in E12 Kosovo (which had no declared winner) and for Regionale 2016 in E12 Germany. — bustler.net
Recognizing the best design throughout Massachusetts and the New England region, the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) revealed the winners for the 3rd annual BSA Design Awards.
Winners received awards in several Programs like Accessible Design; Education Facilities Design; John M. Clancy Awards for Socially Responsible Housing; Sustainable Design; Unbuilt Architecture and Design; Honor Award for Design Excellence; and the Harleston Parker Medal. — bustler.net
Check out a selection of the winning projects.Pictured above: Honor Awards for Design Excellence, Honor Award Education Facilities Design (K-12 Facilities Design) and Winner of the Harleston Parker Medal: Jonathan Levi Architects with Stantec Architecture for Roger E. Wellington Elementary...
Snap, snap! Here are the winning photos of the 2013 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards. First displayed at the most recent World Architecture Festival, the photos will be on exhibition in London this month.
Architectural photographers had to show the best of their shooting skills under four categories: Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place, and Buildings in Use. This year's judges featured Zaha Hadid, Catherine Slessor, Eva Jiricna, Ivan Harbour and Graham Stirk. — bustler.net
Have a look at some of the winning photos.Overall winner: Ken Schluchtmann (Germany)Interior - Project: Shanghai Museum of Glass (CHINA) by Coordination AsiaExterior - Project: Reindeer Pavilion (NORWAY) by SnøhettaOverall runner-up: Duccio Malagamba (Spain)Project: Dalian Congress Centre...
In light of the recent conclusion of the Arts Pavilion Design Competition for Hong Kong's developing West Kowloon Cultural District, Dutch design practice XML shared their competition entry "A²" with us.
Although they were met with stiff competition and didn't place, their proposal is still worth knowing about. — bustler.net
Development plans for Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) continue to grow with the recently concluded Arts Pavilion Design Competition, wherein the new waterfront pavilion will become the main exhibition space for the to-be-built M+ Museum. The new Arts Pavilion is set to be built by 2015. — bustler.net
The jury chose three prize winners out of 100 submissions:1st Prize: VPANG architects ltd + JET Architecture Inc + Lisa Cheung 2nd Prize: ROGERSPARTNERS and Arthur C. S. Kwok Architects & Associates 3rd Prize: Hestia & Vish LimitedSix honorable mentions were also selected: Matheson...
Archinect is delighted to present 5468796 Architecture's travelogue for their award-winning research project, Table for Twelve. The Winnipeg-based firm received the 2013 Professional Prix de Rome in Architecture from the Canada Council for the Arts, awarded to emerging Canadian...
Norwegian firm Arkitektgruppen Cubus AS from Bergen won first prize for the Mo i Rana Waterfront competition.
The competition sought for solutions to link Mo i Rana in Northern Norway to the nearby fjord and railway -- both major transit systems that connect Mo i Rana to neighboring towns and the rest of the world. — bustler.net
The winners were recently announced in the fourth annual SEED Awards for Excellence in Public Interest Design. The SEED Awards acknowledges design projects that highlight pressing social, environmental, and economic issues in the world.
Winning projects received a US$1,000 honorarium and an all-expenses-paid trip for one team representative to present at the Structures for Inclusion conference in New York City on March 22-23, 2014. — bustler.net
The jury selected six winning projects:Pictured above: Towns Association for Environmental Quality Green Building Headquarters, Sakhnin, IsraelComunidad Ecologica Saludable, Puenta Piedra, Lima, PeruCan City, Sao Paulo, BrazilManica Football for Hope Centre, Bairro Vumba (Vumba neighborhood)...
The AIANY New Practices Committee officially announced the winners of the 2014 New Practices New York competition at the Center for Architecture in New York this week.
The portfolio competition acknowledges young architecture and design firms and promotes their innovative work. Qualified firms had to be founded no earlier than 2004 and be based in New York City's five boroughs. — bustler.net
Out of 64 entries, the jury selected six winners:Pictured project above: NAMELESS ArchitectureBittertangdlandstudio architecture + landscapeFake Industries Architectural Agonismform-ulaPARA-ProjectFind out more about each winner on Bustler.Images courtesy of the 2014 New Practices New York...
As a follow up to our latest update on the Port of Kinmen Passenger Service Center International Competition in Kinmen, Taiwan, KAMJZ from Poland shared with us their "Maritime & Bike Terminal" entry.
The team's proposal changes up the port terminal structure into a hybrid complex that links water system transportation and good ol' biking. — bustler.net
Two Rotterdam based offices jvantspijker and Felixx will design the new redevelopment plan of an industrial seaside area in Reykjavik, Iceland. The firms have won the first prize through an invited two-stage competition. The plan consists of 110.000 square meters of mixed use program, including...
Five firms -- which include some notable names -- are still in the running for the Port of Kinmen Passenger Service Center International Competition.
Hosted by Taiwan's Kinmen County Government, the winner will be master architect of a two-phase project that consists of a new multi-functional terminal facility and expansion for the Port of Kinmen. — bustler.net
The Stage II finalists are:Josep Mias Gifre (Spain)Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects / Lorcan O'Herlihy (USA)Junya Ishigami + Associates (Japan)Tom Wiscombe Architecture, Inc. / Thomas W. Wiscombe (USA)Miralles Tagliabue EMBT SLP / Benedetta Tagliabue (Spain)Following the Stage II submissions deadline...
The Opengap M.ART 2013 Ideas Competition had participants mix traditional elements of the commercial arts-and-crafts market with a contemporary twist. Proposals also had to emphasize the value of handcrafted work and the craftsman-client relationship.
The competition jury met in Guadalajara, Mexico on Jan. 23, 2014 to evaluate all the entries until eventually selecting the top three winners and two special mentions. — bustler.net
First place winners: Zuhal Kol (Turkey); Carlos Zarco Sanz (Spain)Second place winners: Victor Bouman Casas, Pol Mercadé Armengol (Spain)Third place winners: Inés Antón Losada, Marta Antón de Zafra (Spain)Get more details on Bustler.
There's nothing more reliable than a local's perspective when it comes to redesigning urban cities. Focusing on India's cityscapes, the Street Smart International Design Competition invited all design professionals to propose ready-to-build designs that reimagine Indian city streets based on the feedback and everyday experience of each city's urban dwellers. — bustler.net
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