Fallingwater has announced the winners of a design competition for on-site cottages. The winning scheme by Patkau Architects of Vancouver will provide the basis for the final design.
· First Place: Patkau Architects, Vancouver, British Columbia
The shortlisted teams for the next stage in the competition for the re-cladding of a 13-storey tower building on the St Thomas’ Hospital site in central London have been announced. The shortlisted architect/contractor teams are:
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris/Galliford Try David Morley Architects/Laing O’Rourke Construction Ltd Denton Corker Marshall/Josef Gartner & Co UK Ltd
$2500 in prizes were awarded and the winning designs for the Fort Tilden Field House were published on suckerPUNCH.
First Place: “Play the Loop” by Tetsuya Kawano + Karolina Fidor
http://www.suckerpunchdaily.com/2010/05/06/play-the-loop/Second Place: “Solar Field House” by Zellnerplus
Third Place: “Fort Tilden Fields” by Frisly Colop Morales
Honorable Mention: “Dunescape” by Iveanette Santiago Rivera
John McAslan + Partners and Allied London have announced the winner of an international student competition to design a music studio in Cité Soleil (Port-au-Prince), Haiti, on behalf of Wyclef Jean and his charity Yéle Haiti. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) competition was launched prior to the devastating earthquake on 12 January to
The shortlisted teams for the next stage in the competition to design a new Cancer Treatment Centre for Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust have been announced. They are :
Woods Bagot Ltd/BDP/Brookfield Construction (UK) Ltd Make Ltd/Mace Ltd/Buro Happold Anshen & Allen Associates Ltd/Rogers Stirk Harbour &
The City of Minneapolis and the BuildersOutreach Foundation (BOF), the charitable arm of the BuildersAssociation of the Twin Cities (BATC), announce the winners of thehousing design competition, “Bearden Place: A Housing Competition in theArtists’ Core,” part of the strategy and commitment to rebuildingcommunities affected by foreclosure. The competition called for thedesign of four to seven,
Winners of the Twelfth Annual BERKELEY PRIZE Competition announced by Professor Raymond Lifchez, Chair of the BERKELEY UNDERGRADUATE PRIZE FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN EXCELLENCE.
Since its founding, the international BERKELEY PRIZE competition encourages undergraduatearchitecture students to write about issues central to the understanding of the social art of architecture and the social role of the architect