Archive for July, 2011

Jury Panel at the AIA New York Chapter: Center For Architecture

July 26, 2011

On July 14th, the One Prize jury met to narrow down the competition’s 30 semifinalists to four finalists: one winner and three honorable mentions. Where were they? At the AIA New York Chapter: Center for Architecture, busily discussing the merits of the top proposals. Take a look at the jury in action:

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One Prize has its winners!

July 26, 2011

The results of the jury panel meeting have been tabulated, the press release is getting readied for an e-mail blast, and finally the winners of One Prize 2011 can be seen at oneprize.org/1winners.html 

Winner:

 

Parallel Networks

Ali Fard and Ghazal Jafari, Canada

 

Honorable Mention

W.O.W. NYC

RUX Design, LLC, USA

Russell Greenberg, Christopher Beardsley, and Joseph Corsi

 

Honorable Mention

Enhancement of Estuary and Ecological System

Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design, USA

Arnold Wu, Kevin Bone, Paul Deppe, Joe Levine, Sunnie Joh, Raye Levine, Al Appleton, and Zulaikha Ayub

 

Honorable Mention

Network Urbanism

JDKP, USA

Jeffrey Troutman, Dustin Buck, Kendall Goodman, and Paul McBride

 

It has been a long way coming and we’ve seen all kinds of fantastic proposals from all the teams. Congratulations to all of our entrants and stay tuned for the press release, awards show, and much more!

Press Release: One Prize: Water as the 6th Borough Semifinalists

July 11, 2011

Terreform ONE is very pleased to announce the semifinalists of:
Water as the 6th Borough: Open International Design Competition to Envision the Sixth Borough of
New York City 

The competition called for ideas for the NYC Blue Network and E3NYC, The World Largest Clean Tech Expo. The propositions ranged from: expanding waterborne transportation, linking the five boroughs with transit
hubs, incorporating ferries, water taxis, bike shares, electric car-shares, and electric shuttle buses, as well as
providing in-water recreation, educational events, cultural activities, pavilion halls, and climate resilience.

The competition drew 256 people in 86 teams from 18 countries and four continents. It became a big
challenge to narrow them down to 30 SEMIFINALISTS. (click here to see the entries)

From here, the jury has a really difficult job to select the winners. The semifinalists will remain anonymous
until the winners are announced. The jury panel, chaired by NYC Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden 
will meet in a closed session on July 14, 2011 at the AIA New York Chapter: Center for Architecture. The
winners are going to be announced on July 28, 2011.

The finalists will be featured on oneprize.org, terreform.org and our media sponsors. The One Prize Exhibition
and award Ceremony will take place in the fall of 2011.

Congratulations to all of our semifinalists!