COMPETITIONS: I assume you attended sessions during both stages of the competition, How long did they last?
Michael Sorkin: I think they were both a couple of days each. At the second session there were presentations by the teams, which were long enough. It was very professionally and equitably organized.
COMPETITIONS: Although the competition brief was only 29 pages, I thought it was one of the best documents of that type I have come across.
MS: It was very succinct and well done. I have been involved with the people who were engaged in the organization of the competition before, and there was a very high level of competence.
COMPETITIONS: As for the jury, was it about the right number?
MS: It was a very congenial group. There was no violence, but there was a good discussion. Everybody was looking for a good outcome, and we did end up picking one of the most visionary schemes submitted. I would say that in terms of the way that the projects progressed from the shortlist to the final presentation, these people (the winner) did an extraordinary job. Theirs was the scheme that was the most thoroughly mature in that process.
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