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ONE PRIZE Architecture Competition 2013
6 Mar 2013
ONE PRIZE Competition 2013
ONE Prize 2013 - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Recently relocated to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Terreform ONE has announced the 4th annual ONE Prize Competition. Creating and promoting ecological design technology, Terreform ONE takes an interdisciplinary approach by running a collaborative space at the Navy Yard, leading workshops, facilitating relationships between students and professionals of all backgrounds. Since 2010, the annual competition has attracted thousands of participants from around the world.
This year’s competition is set in the context of severe climate dynamism. How can cities adapt to the future challenges of extreme weather? The ONE Prize is a call to deploy sophisticated design to alleviate storm impact through various urban interventions such as: protective green spaces, barrier shorelines, alternative housing, waterproofing technology, and public space solutions. We wish to reinvigorate infrastructure and repurpose spaces towards environmental adaptation in order to put design in the service of the community.
The ONE Prize seeks architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners, engineers, scientists, artists, students and individuals of all backgrounds.
How can urban ecosystems be enhanced to prevent flooding?
What can restore Rockaway Beach social infrastructure and public space?
When can the New Orleans community change to accept storms without losing character?
What can protect Asian Coastal Cities against the unforeseen?
Where can shorelines be storm surge barriers as well as interactive zones?
How can storm proofing be seen as an opportunity to rethink the future of our cities?
The ONE Prize Award is an international competition and it is open to everyone from professional to students. The teams can have one or more members. The proposals can be for real or speculative projects, at one or more actual sites. Projects can be located either in the U.S. or abroad, but should be applicable to the U.S. Proposals need not be generated exclusively for this competition, provided that they address the intent of the competition.
ONE PRIZE is an Annual Design and Science Award to Promote Green Design in Cities.
Mar 3, 2013: Registration opens; Question period opens
Jun 30, 2013: Early Registration Deadline
Jul 31, 2013: Answers to questions posted on website
Aug 31, 2013: Registration Deadline
Aug 31, 2013 by midnight EST: Submission Due
Sep 30, 2013: Finalists announced
Oct 29, 2013: Winners Announced
For more information contact Maria Aiolova, LEED AP
29 Sep 2012
ONE PRIZE Competition Winners 2012
ONE Prize 2012 Winning Designs
Terreform ONE is proud to announce the winners of: Blight to Might: Open International Design Competition for Transforming Cities with Innovation
ONE PRIZE is an annual design and science award to promote green design in cities. The ONE Prize 2012 competition was powered by the idea that social, ecological, and economic struggles can simultaneously be addressed through collaborative action and innovative design. Situated in the context of a struggling global economy and the tension of stagnant unemployment, ONE Prize 2012 was a call to put design in the service of the community, to reinvigorate deindustrialized and depressed urban areas, and to repurpose spaces for economic growth and job creation. It aimed to explore the socially, economically, and ecologically regenerative possibilities of urban transformation and design.
This year’s jury was chaired by the Speaker of New York City Council, Christine Quinn. Members of the jury panel who met at the AIA New York Chapter: Center for Architecture to narrow down twenty finalists to one winner and three honorable mentions included David Belt, Founder and Executive Director of Macro Sea, Katie Codey, who attended as a representative of Speaker Quinn, Andrew Kimball, President and CEO of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, Leslie Koch, President of The Trust for Governors Island, Matilda Mc Quaid, Deputy Curatorial Director of Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and Mahadev Raman, Chairman of Americas Arup. Miquela Craytor, Director for Industrial Initiatives of NYCEDC and Robert Hammond, Co-Founder of the Friends of the High Line joined the jury session by telephone. Jury members Carlo Aiello, Editor-in-Chief of eVolo Magazine, Evan Douglis, Dean, RPI School of Architecture, Dan D'Oca of Principal of Interboro Partners, and Jason Goodman, Co-Founder and Executive Director of 3rd Ward were unable to attend, however their scores were sent in before the meeting, and were included in the final tally.
Maria Aiolova, Mahadev Raman, David Belt, Matilda McQuaid, Leslie Koch, Andrew Kimball, Melanie Fessel and Mitchell Joachim. (from left to right):
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Terreform ONE is excited to present prizes to many young architects and designers who submitted the four selected entries. The grand prize winners are:
MADE IN LOWER EAST SIDE (MiLES) – Co-Founders: Sarah Fathallah, Matthew Goble, Eric Ho, Rick Lam, Matthew Rouser, Chloe Tseung; Founding Partners: Architecture Commons, CityAPI, Fourth Arts Block, OpenIDEO; Advisors: Tamara Greenfield, Ashley Jablow; Special Thanks to: Kristina Drury of TYTHEdesign.
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The three honorable mentions went to:
URBAN FOOD SOURCE – Christine Nasir, Dolores O’Connor, Courtney Hunt and Amy Maresko, a team of Master of Architecture students in their last year at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Preservation and Planning
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RE-PLACE -- design/buildLAB at Virginia Tech School of Architecture and Design, led by Keith and Marie Zawistowski and their students Anne Agan, Chris Drudick, Jacob Geffert, Rachel Gresham, Shannon Hughes, Elizabeth Madden, Ryan McCloskey, Brett Miller, Elizabeth Roop, Erin Sanchez, Sara Woolf, Emily Angell, Zachary Britton, Chris Cromer, German Delgadillo, Cody Ellis, Andrew McLaughlin, Megumi Ezure, Kyle Lee, Leo Naegele, Ian Shelton, Brent Sikora, Samantha Stephenson, Taylor Terrill, Tyler Atkins, Lauren Duda, Huy Duong, Derek Ellison, Katherine Harpst, Margaret Nelson, Leah Schaffer, Emarie Skelton, and Samantha Yeh.
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URBAN TRANSFER – Justin Hui, a B.Arch graduate from Cornell University's Department of Architecture, is currently working at Kennedy and Violich Architecture in Boston.
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View the winners on http://www.oneprize.org/12winners.html
The winners’ work is currently featured on www.oneprize.org, www.terreform.org and our media sponsors. The winner will receive a $5,000 cash award and each honorable mention will receive a $500 cash award.
ONE PRIZE Competition Winners 2012 images / information from Terreform ONE Brooklyn
3 Aug 2012
ONE PRIZE Competition Finalists 2012
ONE Prize 2012 Winners
Terreform ONE announces the finalists of ONE PRIZE 2012: FROM BLIGHT TO MIGHT, The Third Annual International Design Competition that promotes the transformation of cities with innovation.
In the context of a struggling US economy and the tension of stagnant unemployment, ONE PRIZE 2012 called for ideas that simultaneously address social, ecological, and economic issues through collaborative action and innovative design. Through this lens, the objective was to reinvigorate deindustrialized, derelict urban areas and repurpose space for economic growth and employment opportunity. The ONE PRIZE seeks invention. To move towards a sustainable and humane global community, innovators from all disciplines must rethink the way we conceptualize economic and ecological sustainability. How can the US best demonstrate its creative forces and realign its prominence in the discipline of innovative design in the global community?
The competition drew 115 teams and 655 team members from more than 20 countries and five continents. The ONE PRIZE 2012 participants innovatingly shed light on potentials to actively retrofit our future by transforming aging infrastructure to make space for jobs. From occupying vacant buildings to urban voids, many entries looked to establish new civic centers. Sites ranged from the American Midwest to Brooklyn, from Ghana to Romania. Many questioned the American Dream and offered new 21st century possibilities. Several projects called for a rethinking of the boundary between the derelict area and its adjacent urban fabric. What connections can be made and how? This brought new programs of activity to the fore with speculations around the potentials of urban agriculture, research campuses, and new ecologically-responsible urban infrastructures. From reclaiming waste to manufacturing territory, each proposal looked to activate a transformation at both local and global scales and blur the once distinct line between the civic spaces and the spaces of production in the city.
The Jury, chaired by the Speaker of the New York City Council Christine C. Quinn will meet in late September to select the winners.This year Speaker Quinn will be joined by a distinguished panel of thinkers and designers, including:
Carlo Aiello, Editor-in-Chief, eVolo Magazine
Julie Bargmann, Founding Principal, D.I.R.T. Studio
David Belt, Founder and Executive Director, Macro Sea
Miquela Craytor, Director for Industrial Initiatives, NYCEDC
Dan D'Oca, Partner, Interboro Partners
Evan Douglis, Dean, RPI School of Architecture
Jason Goodman, Co-Founder and Executive Director, 3rd Ward
Robert Hammond, Co-Founder, Friends of the High Line
Andrew Kimball, President and CEO, Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation
Leslie Koch, President, The Trust for Governors Island
Jonathan Marvel, Partner, Rogers Marvel Architects
William Moggridge, Director, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
MahadevRaman, Chairman, Americas Arup
15 May 2012
ONE PRIZE Competition 2012
ONE Prize 2012 Jury
Carlo Aiello, Editor-in-Chief, eVolo Magazine;
Julie Bargmann, Founding Principal, D.I.R.T. Landscape Architecture;
David Belt, Founder and Executive Director, Macro Sea;
Dan D’Oca, Partner, Interboro Partners;
Evan Douglis, Dean, RPI School of Architecture;
Jason Goodman, Founder and Executive Director, 3rd Ward;
Robert Hammond, Co-Founder, Friends of the High Line;
Andrew Kimball, President and CEO, Brooklyn Navy Yard Developing Corporation;
Leslie Koch, President, The Trust for Governors Island;
Jonathan Marvel, Partner, Rogers Marvel Architects;
William Moggridge, Director, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum;
Mahadev Raman, Chairman, Americas Arup
Terreform ONE is now accepting submissions for the 2012 ONE Prize Competition: BLIGHT TO MIGHT.
31 May - early registration closing date
30 Jun midnight EST - submission deadline
ONE Prize 2012 is a call to put design in the service of disenfranchised communities, to reinvigorate deindustrialized and depressed urban areas, and to repurpose spaces for economic growth and job creation. Situated in the context of a struggling U.S. economy and the tension of stagnant unemployment, ONE Prize 2012 aims to explore the socially, economically, and ecologically regenerative possibilities of urban transformation and design. The competition is powered by the idea that social, ecological, and economic struggles can simultaneously be addressed through collaborative action and innovative planning.
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The ONE Prize seeks architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners, engineers, scientists, artists, students and individuals of all backgrounds:
Can we rework the skeletons of 20th century manufacturing for 21st century innovation?
Can former plants in Detroit become greenhouses, schools, theaters?
Can mill towns be revamped as digital fabrication hubs?
Can vacant parking lots become farms or parks?
Can abandoned strip malls be reinvented?
Can we reboot the American economy?
The ONE Prize winner will receive a cash Award of $5,000, press coverage by One Prize media sponsors, presentation of designs at lectures and exhibitions, and prominent year-long exposure on the competition website. THREE Honorable Mentions will receive a cash award of $500 each.
All participants are asked to register and submit competition entries online.
The early registration deadline is May 31, 2012
The late registration AND submission deadline is June 30, 2012 by midnight EST.
The ONE Prize Award is an international competition and it is open to everyone. The teams can have one or more members. The proposals can be for a real or speculative project, for one or more real sites, and located either in the U.S. or abroad, but applicable to the U.S. Further, the proposals need not be generated exclusively for this competition, provided that they address the intent of the competition.
Visit http://www.oneprize.org to register, submit, and receive more information.
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Registration Deadline has been extended from April 30, 2011 to May 31, 2011
Sponsor: Terreform ONE, Planetary ONE
Fee: $200 per entry from professional firms and teams $100 by students and student teams (Include copy of student ID)
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