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Colombia, Bogotá | Acknowledgement prize, Latin America, 2014
Ágora Bogotá will be unique. The city’s new convention center is stacked vertically to minimize the building’s footprint and to correspondingly maximize the surface area of outdoor public spaces in the heart of the city. The building features high levels of flexibility without compromising its architectural quality that is illuminated and ventilated naturally through an actively responding and acoustically sealed enclosure.
Malawi, Lilongwe | Acknowledgement prize, Middle East Africa, 2017
Miracle for Africa Foundation central library: Gently curving roof elements and screen enclosures for a library transcending sustainable construction into one integrated design.
Canada, Vancouver | "Next Generation" 2nd prize, North America, 2017
Protocol for the agent-based transformation of a neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada foregrounding stakeholder participation and its effects on architectural form.
Argentina, Córdoba | "Next Generation" 3rd prize, Latin America, 2017
Public facility towers: Transferable and adaptable structures providing public amenities in underserviced and most often marginalized neighborhoods of Latin American cities.
Argentina, Punta Loyola | "Next Generation" 1st prize, Latin America, 2017
Infrastructure-landscape project for the generation of electric power based on tidal currents in the Río Gallegos estuary at Punta Loyola in Argentina.
USA, Detroit | Gold, North America, 2017
This neighborhood-scale project reimagines empty lots as collective infrastructure for energy and food production, as well as civic engagement, Detroit, MI, USA.
USA, Boston | "Next Generation" 4th prize, North America, 2017
Climate control exploration for increased comfort levels in buildings and alternative to contemporary HVAC systems for the generation of space and form in architecture.
USA, Cherry Valley | "Next Generation" 1st prize, North America, 2017
This project is a research investigation on how to cool large-scale structures using water on the roof as a thermal insulator and solar reflector, including a prototype in Cherry Valley in California, USA.
USA, New York City | Acknowledgement prize, North America, 2017
This pavilion demonstrates the possibility of local insect farming as a form of protein with low-resource intensity, New York, United States.
USA, Culver City | Acknowledgement prize, North America, 2017
Addition to and adaptive reuse of a former wallpaper factory using elemental construction for the Graduate Art Studios at UCLA in Culver City, California.