Article Index

  • Edinburgh’s Ross Pavilion Competition

    • wHY, GRAS, Groves-Raines Architects, Arup, Studio Yann Kersalé, O Street, Stuco, Creative Concern, Noel Kingsbury, Atelier Ten and Lawrence Barth (Winner)

    • Adjaye Associates with Morgan McDonnell, BuroHappold Engineering, Plan A Consultants, JLL, Turley, Arup, Sandy Brown, Charcoalblue, AOC Archaeology, Studio LR, FMDC, Interserve and Thomas & Adamson

    • Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) with JM Architects, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, GROSS.MAX., Charcoalblue, Speirs + Major, JLL, Alan Baxter and People Friendly

    • Flanagan Lawrence with Gillespies, Expedition Engineering, JLL, Arup and Alan Baxter

    • Page Park Architects, West 8 Landscape Architects and BuroHappold Engineering with Charcoalblue and Muir Smith Evans

    • Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter with GROSS.MAX., AECOM, Charcoalblue, Groves-Raines Architects and Forbes Massie Studio

    • William Matthews Associates and Sou Fujimoto Architects with BuroHappold Engineering, GROSS.MAX., Purcell, Scott Hobbs Planning and Filippo Bolognese

  • Restoring and Reinventing Albanian Identity: A New Mosque and Museum of Tirana & Religious Harmony

    Bjarke Ingels Group – Copenhagen, Denmark
    seARCH – Amsterdam, Holland
    Zaha Hadid Architects – London, UK
    Andreas Perea Ortega with NEXO – Madrid, Spain
    Architecture Studio – Paris, France

  • The Berlin Trade Union School Competition (1928)

    • 1st Place - Bauhaus team (Hannes Meyer, Hans Wittwer, Arieh Sharon), Dessau
    • 2nd Place - Aloys Klement, Berlin
    • 3rd Place - Max Taut, Berlin

  • In Memoriam: William Bricken
  • SO-IL Re-invents Place Mazas in Paris

    SO-IL with Laisné & Roussel and Atelier Georges

    • Studio Andrew Todd

    • NP2F

    • Coldefy & Associés with BASE

  • New Taoyuan City Main Public Library, Taiwan

    ■ First place – T.C.K. Architect Engineer Planner + Azusa Sekkei (Japan)

    ■ Second place - Ricky Liu & Associates (Taiwan)

    ■ Third place – Habitech Architects + Tange Associates (Japan)

    ■ Fourth place – Bio-Architecture Formosana + MVRDV (Netherlands)

    ■ Fifth place – Q-LAB (Taiwan)

  • Hannes Meyer’s German Workers’ Seminar in Berlin as UNESCO Heritage Site
  • The Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art
  • Qatar Art Mill Competition
  • Remembrance on the Pacific Rim: The Canterbury Earthquake Memorial Dedication
  • Science Island Design Competition

    SMAR Architecture Studio
    Madrid and Western Australia
    SimpsonHaugh and Partners
      London/Manchester, U.K.
    Donghua Chen Team
    Beijing, China
    Honorable Mentions
    • Amid.cero9 / Elsewhere (Madrid, Spain)
    • Mark Foster Gage Architects (New York, NY)
    • Alper Derinbogaz, Salon (Istanbul, Turkey)
    • UAB Architektų biuras G. Natkevičius ir partneriai (Lithuania)
    • Wolfgang Tschapeller ZTGmbH (Vienna, Austria)

  • The Estonian National Museum Realized
  • Estonian National Museum Competition (2006)

    First Place
    Dan Dorell Lina Ghotmeh
    and Tsuyoshi Tane
    Second Place
    ALA Architects
    Helsinki, Finland

    Third Place
    Bamberger Architects / Atelier Thomas Pucher
    Graz, Austria

    Lausanne, Switzerland
    Arhitektuuribüroo Kosmos OÜ
    friman.laaksonen arkkidehdit Oy
    Gianni Botsford Architects Ltd.
    London, U.K.

  • Syracuse National Veterans Resource Center

    Winning Entry
    SHoP Architects, New York
    Snøhetta, New York/Oslo
    David Adjaye, New York/London

  • TWIN CREEKS: Trail as Experience Maker

    First Place (1): Apliz Architecture (Borba, Portugal)
    First Place (2): Cadaster (Brooklyn, NY)
    First Place (3): Small Wonders (Seattle & New York)

  • Finalists’ UK Holocaust Memorial Design Proposals
  • M20 – Museum of 20th Century Extension Competition

    Herzog & de Meuron
    Basel, Switzerland

    2nd Place
    Lundgaard & Tranberg
    Copenhagen, Denmark

    3rd Place
    Bruno Fioretti Marquez

    Honorable Mentions
    Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

    Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa/SANAA
    Tokyo, Japan

    Volker Staab

    Aires Mateus & Associados
    Lisbon, Portugal

  • A Symbol of Gratitude: The Tri An Monument Competition

    Finalists (3)|
    • Grega Vezjak, Architect (Winner)
      Bilje, Miren-Kostanjevica, Slovenija
    David Chisholm
    CMC Architects, Prague, Czech Republic

    Jordan Hines
    Informal Office, llc, Lexington, KY USA

  • Not Just a Coming Attraction: ZNE is Already Here!

    Professional Category Merit Award: "NEXUS" by Dialog (Vancouver, Canada)
    Professional Category Merit Award: "FOG CATCHER" by Little (Charlotte, NC)
    Professional Category Citation Award: "PIEZEIN CIRCUIT" by Modus Studio (Fayetteville, AR)
    Student Category Honor Award: "ENERGIZED CANOPY" by Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture (Grenoble, France)
    Student Category Merit Award: "COMMUNAL OPERATIONS" by Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX)
    Student Category Special Recognition: "SHARING & LIVING" by Tamkang University (Taipei City, Taiwan)

  • The Lamborghini Road Monument Competition

    1st Prize (1): ACQ studio (Alessandro Galastri, Guido Quirici, Nicolò Campanini, Giacomo Cozzi, Andrea Maltinti)
    1st Prize (2): 0.9 (Davide Pontoni, Viola Gurioli)
    2nd Prize: FPMG (Francesco Pergetti, Mattia Grilli)
    3rd Prize: Casamassima Mazzocchini Notari (Giorgio Notari, Damiano Mazzocchini, Alessio Casamassima)

  • Gallaudet University Design Competition Results

    • Hall McKnight Architects (London, Belfast)
    • Kennedy & Violich Architecture, Ltd. (Boston)
    • Marvel Architects (New York)
    • MASS Design Group (Boston)


  • Toronto Ferry Terminal Competition
  • Reichstag Visitors Center – Berlin/Tiergarten

    Markus Schietsch, Zürich with Lorenz Eugster Landschaftsarchitektur & Städtebau GmbH
    Markus Bonauer/Michael Bölling, Berlin with capattistaubach Landschaftsarchitekten

    Honorable Mentions (5)
    • BGAA + FRPO Burgos & Garrido Arquitectos Asociados + FRPO Rodriguez & Oriol Arquitectos, Madrid (Spain) with VWA + UBERLAND, Vevey (Switzerland)
    • bob-architektur BDA, Köln with FSWLA GmbH, Düsseldorf
    • Henn GmbH, Berlin with Ingenieurgesellschaft BBP Bauconsulting mbH, Berlin
    • Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten GmbH, Munich with Schüller Landschaftsarchitekten, Munich
    • ARGE KIM NALLEWEG Architekten und César Trujillo Moya, Berlin with TDB Landschaftsarchitektur Thomanek Duquesnoy Boemans Partnerschaft, Berlin

  • Forest Green Rovers Stadium and Eco Park: Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK
    • AFL Architects, Manchester, UK
    • DP Architects, Singapore
    • George King Architects, London, UK
    • Gianni Botsford Architects, London, UK
    • Glenn Howells Architects, Birmingham, UK
    • Richard Kroeker, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
    • Studio M12, Morden, Surrey, UK
    • Zaha Hadid Architects, London, UK (Winner)
    • ZedFactory, Wallington, UK
  • New Museum of London in West Smithfield

    Stanton Williams (UK) with Asif Khan (UK)
    BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group (DK) with HawkinsBrown (UK)
    Caruso St John Architects (UK)
    Diener & Diener Architekten (CH) with Sergison Bates Architects (UK)
    Lacaton & Vassal Architectes (FR) with Pernilla Ohrstedt Studio (UK)
    Studio Milou architecture (FR) with RL & Associés (FR) and Axis Architects (UK)

  • Latvian Museum of Modern Art Competition
    • Winner
    • Adjaye Associates (UK) with AB3D
    • Honorable Mention
    • Sauerbruch Hutton (Germany) with Arhitekts Ingurds Lazdiņš
    • Finalists
    • Architects Lahdelma & Mahlamäki (Finland) with MADE Arhitekti
    • Caruso St John Architects (UK) with Jaunromāns un Ābele
    • Henning Larsen Architects (Denmark) with MARK Arhitekti
    • Neutelings Riedijk Architects (Netherlands)
    • wHY Architecture (US) with Outofbox and ALPS
  • Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Headquarters

    First Prize: Arge Kim Nallweg with César Trujillo Moya (Berlin)
    Third Prize: bube, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
    Third Prize: Rohdecan (Dresden, Germany)
    Third Prize: R + S Architekten (Lippstadt, Germany)
    Honorable Mention: Lankes Koengeter Architekten (Berlin)
    Honorable Mention: Laura Alvarez Architecture, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

  • Interview: John McAslan (Winter 2003)
  • St. Hilda’s College, Oxford

    Gort Scott, London
    Tim Ronalds Architects, London
    6a Architects, London
    DRDH Architects, London
    Hall McKnight, Belfast

  • Tintagel Bridge Castle Competition
    • Winner
    • Ney & Partners with William Matthews Associates 
    • Finalists
    • Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes with Terrell
    • Marks Barfield Architects with Flint and Neill J&L Gibbons LLP and Mola
    • Niall McLaughlin Architects with Price and Myers
    • RFR and Jean-Francois Blassel Architecte with Engineers hrw and WSP
    • WilkinsonEyre with Atelier One
  • ‘Smart School’ Educational Complex in Irkutsk, Russia
    • Winner: CEBRA (Denmark)
    • 2nd Round Finalists: Work Architecture Co. (New York), Architects Rudanko (Finland)
    • 1st Round Finalists: MKPL Architects (Singapore), Sou Fujimoto Architects (Japan), MVRDV (The Netherlands)
  • Laval University School of Architecture “Emblematic Addition
    • Winner: “Direct Axis” by University of Toronto (Canada) students Omar Aljebouri, Avery Guthrie and Steve Socha
    • Winner: “SHED” by Université Laval (Canada) students Catherine Houle, Marianne Lapalme and Vanessa Poirier
    • Winner: “Layering the Present” submitted by Jihoon Kim and Sanghwan Park, JKSP architects, New York
    • Honorable Mention: “Sphères de reference” by Montreal architects Éric Boucher and Élisabeth Bouchard
    • Honorable Mention: “Shlack !!” by Université Laval students Julien Beauchamp, Romy Brosseau, Émilie Gagné-Loranger and Alexandre Hamlyn
    • Honorable Mention: Odile Decq of Odile Decq Benoit Cornette architectes urbanistes
  • Strategizing for Expansion: Mälerdalen University, Eskilstuna, Sweden
    • Winner: MDH Square 3XN (Copenhagen)
    • Finalist: Arkitema Dot (Sweden)
    • Finalist: Christensen & Co (Denmark)
    • Finalist: Juul/Frost (Danish)
    • Finalist: White (Sweden)
    • Finalist: Wingårdh (Sweden)
  • Adding to the Vienna Museum: Foreground or Background Building?
    • 1st Place: Winkler + Ruck Architekten (Austria)
    • 2nd Place: Kim Nalleweg Architekten (Berlin, Germany)
    • 3rd Place: Ilg Santer Architekten (Zurich, Switzerland)
    • Honorable Mention: Juri Troy Architects (Vienna, Austria)
    • Honorable Mention: Fiechter & Salzmann Architekten (Zurich, Switzerland)
    • Honorable Mention: querkraft architekten (Vienna, Austria)
  • Placemaking to the Forefront: Sydney’s Green Square Library Competition

    Winner: Stewart Hollenstein with Colin Stewart Architects (Sydney, Australia)
    Finalist: John Wardle Architects (Melbourne, Australia)
    Finalist: JPE Design + Snøhetta  (Adelaide)
    Finalist: Felix Laboratories (Freemantle, Australia)
    Finalist: Flannery de la Pole (UK)

  • Taiwan’s Taoyuaong Airport Terminal 3 Competition

    Winner: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, London / CECI Engineering Consultants, Taiwan
    Finalist: Van Berkel en Bos U.N. Studio, Rotterdam / April Yang Design Studio, Ltd., Los Angeles / Bio-Architecture Formosana, Taiwan
    Finalist: Foster + Partners Limited, London / Ricky Liu & Associates, Taiwan

  • Expansion Strategies for a Challenging Campus Site
    • Winner: OFFICE 52 (Portland, OR)
    • Finalist: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (Wilkes-Barre/Pittsburgh, PA)
    • Finalist: Wilson Architects (Boston, MA)
    • Finalist: ZGF Architects (Portland, OR. and Washington, DC)
  • More Variations on a Theme in Dessau?: Germany’s Third Post-War Competition for a Bauhaus Museum
    • First place (1): Gonzalez Hinz Zabala with Roser Vives de Delás (Barcelona)
    • First place (2): Young & Ayata with Misako Murata (New York)
    • Third Place: Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG with ASP (Zürich)
    • Fourth Place: Ja Architecture Studio (Toronto)
    • Honorable Mention: Raummanufaktur (Darmstadt, Germany)
    • Honorable Mention: Nussmüller Architekten ZT with Robert Kutscha (Graz, Austria)
    • Honorable Mention: Steiner, Weißenberger Architekten with Jens Henningsen (Berlin)
  • Reinventing the Rustbelt: UD4U Urban Design Competition
    • 1st Place: “High Res” by Lasha brown, Sandra Arndt, Emilija Kaia Landsbergis, Robert Hon (Brooklyn, NY)
    • 2nd Place: "Ring of Events" by Jame Sarmiento Pastor, Javier Lazarte, Nikolas Briceno, Miquel Linares (Lima, Peru)
    • 3rd Place: “In Flux” by Matt Perotto, Rob McIntosh, Megan Esopenko (Toronto, Canada)
  • The Biennial Lakefront Kiosk Competition
    • Winner: "Chicago Horizon" by Ultramoderne - Yasmin Vobis , Aaron Forrest and structural engineer, Brett Schneider, (Providence, Rhode Island)
    • Finalist: "Behind the Curtain" by Thomas Keley, Ryan Palider, Charles Paros (Chicago / Columbus, Ohio)
    • Finalist: Lekker Architects - Ong Ker-Shing / Joshua Comaroff (Singapore)
  • Designing for the Workplace: UNO/WHO Headquarters Extension Competition
    • 1st Place: Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG (Zürich)
    • 2nd Place: Rudy Ricciotti (Paris)
    • 3rd Place: RED – Architectes / DAD Architecte (Paris)
    • 4th Place: MADe (Hyderabad, India)
    • 5th Place: JAJA (Copenhagen)
  • The Guggenheim Helsinki Competition Draws 1,715 Entries From Around The World
    • Winner: ‘Art in the City’ by Moreau Kusunoki Architectes

    • Runner-up: 'Two-in-One Museum' by agps architecture
    • Finalist: ‘Quiet Animal’ by Asif Khan

    • Finalist: ‘47 Rooms’ by Fake Industries Architectural Agonism (Cristina Goberna, Urtzi Grau), Jorge Lopez Conde, Carmen Blanco and Alvaro Carrillo

    • Finalist: ‘Helsinki Five’ by HaasCookZemmrich STUDIO2050

    • Finalist: ‘Guggenheim Commons’ by SMAR Architecture Studio

  • Mesa’s Answer to Urban Sprawl: The Major Redesign of a City Center
    • Winner: Colwell Shelor, Phoenix (lead) with West 8 urban design & landscape architecture and Weddle Gilmore (Scottsdale, Arizona)
    • Finalist: Woods Bagot (Sydney/Portland) with Surface Design, INC. (San Francisco)
    • Otak (San Francisco) with Mayer Reed (Portland, Oregon)
  • Return of a Favorite Son to the Windy City? – CAC’s Barack Obama Library Competition
    • Winning entry: Zhu Wenyi, Fu Junsheng, and Liang Yiang, Beijing, China
    • Winning entry: Aras Burak Sen, Los Angeles/UAE (OMA)
    • Honorable Mention: Dániel Palotai, Budapest, Hungary
    • Honorable Mention: Drew Cowdrey and Trey Kirk, Boston (Harvard GSD) 

    • Honorable Mention: Ann Lui and Craig Reschke, Boston (Harvard GSD)
  • A Conversation with an Icon: Steven Holl Wins the Mumbai City Museum Competition
    • Winner: Steven Holl Architects with Opolis Architects, Guy Nordenson and Associates, AECOM, Dongre Project Management Consultants, Transsolar and L’Observatoire
    • Runner Up: AL_A with PK Das, Arup, Turner & Townsend, GROSS. MAX and Superflux
    • Finalist: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos with Malik Architecture, Arup and Empty
    • Finalist: OMA + S&K with Meinhardt India, Houtman + Sander, GMD Consultants and Langdon Seah
    • Finalist: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects with Christopher Charles Benninger Architects (CCBA), Leslie E. Robertson Associates International (LERA), Buro Happold, WORKSHOP: Ken Smith Landscape Architect and George Sexton Associates
    • Finalist: Studio Mumbai Architecture + Edifice Consultants with Sterling Engineering Consultancy Services and Eskayem Consultants
    • Finalist: wHY with Ganti + Associates, Sterling Engineering, Sterling and Wilson, Magnusson Klemencic Associates, Buro Happold, Local Projects and Quantsoft India
    • Finalist: Zaha Hadid Architects with Sameep Padora Associates (sP+a), AKT II, Max Fordham, Dan Pearson Studio and AECOM
  • The Earth as an Affordable Housing Alternative: Ghana’s Mud House Design Competition
    • First Place - M.A.M.O.T.H (Montpelier, France)
    • Second Place – Atelier Koe (Senegal)
    • Third Place – Jason Orbe-Smith (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Northwestern University’s Medical Research Center Competition
    • First Place: Perkins+Will (Chicago)
    • Finalist: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill (with Payette)
    • Finalist: Goettsch Partners
  • Science and Fiction Museum, Washington, DC
    • 1st place - Emily Yen, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
    • 2nd place - Wade Fuh, SmithGroup, Washington, DC

    • 3rd place - Mikhail Krymov, Alexey Goriainov, and Diana Zhegulina of Arch Group, Russia

  • Vienna School of Economics
  • A Challenging Site for Calgary’s New Library: Snøhetta Tops Four Firms in Invited Competition
    • Winner: Snøhetta and Dialog (Oslo/New York and Calgary)
    • Finalist: 3XN and AECOM (Denmark and Calgary)
    • Finalist: KPMB and BKDI (Toronto and Calgary)
    • Finalist: REX and Group2 (New York and Calgary)
  • Adaptive Reuse of a Hospital Site: The Royal Adelaide Hospital Competition
    • First Place: SLASH / Phillips Pilkington Architects (Melbourne / Adelaide)
    • Second Place (tie): Nice Architects / Mulloway Studio (Bratislava / Adelaide)
    • Second Place (tie): Bonhag & De Rosa / TCL  (Berlin / Adelaide)
    • Finalist: Zuzana & Nicholas Architects / Roarkus Moss (Melbourne / Adelaide)
    • Oculus + FKA + Dash (New South Wales and Victoria (Aus))
    • Ysalazam + Siteplan (Colombia / Adelaide)
  • University of Chicago North Campus Student Residence
    • Winning entry: Studio Gang with Mortenson Construction (Chicago, IL, USA)
    • Runner-Up: Perkins and Will (Chicago, IL, USA)
    • Finalist: Hopkins Architects (London, UK)
    • Finalist: BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • ADD-ON ’13
  • Surfer’s Paradise Goes Cultural: The Gold Coast Precinct Competition
    • Winning Entry: ARM Architecture / TOPOTEK1 Landscape Architecture / ARUP (Melbourne/Berlin/Global)
    • Finalist: CRAB Studio / Vogt Landscape / DBI (London/Zürich/Gold Coast)
    • Finalist: Nikken Sekkei / Earthscape / Mori Art Museum (Tokyo/Tokyo/Japan)
  • The Old and the New: Glasgow’s Schools of Art
  • DawnTown Competition: Landmark Miami
    • First Place: "Miami Lift" by Studio Dror (New York City)
    • Second Place: "Lemonade Square" by David Giraldeau and Alexandre Guilbeault (Montreal, Canada)
    • Third Place: "Torre de las Americas" by Mauricio Gonzalez and Alfredo Andia (Miami, FL, USA / Santiago, Chile)
  • Realizing a Major Museum Project in Record Time: Finland’s Serlachius Museum Competition
  • Zaryadye Park Competition & Interview
    • Winner: Diller Scofidio + Renfro / Hargreaves Associates / Citymakers LLC (USA, USA & Russia)
    • Finalist: MVRDV / Atrium / Anouk Vogel / Arcadis (the Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland & US)
    • Finalist: TPO RESERVE / MAXWAN / Buro Happold / Latz + Partner (Russia, the Netherlands, International & Germany)
    • Shortlist: Gustafson Porter / Sauerbruch Hutton / ARUP (UK, Germany & Russia)

    • Shortlist: Turenscape / AnOtherArchitect (China & Germany)

    • Shortlist: West 8 / BERNASKONI / Büro Happold (the Netherlands, Russia & UK)

  • Christchurch Art Gallery will be lifted in $36.7m project

    Winning Entry
    The Buchan Group, Sydney / Christchurch

  • Gearing Up for Louisville’s Centennial Riverboat Festival: Pavilions as Functioning Waterside Attractions
    • 1st place: stpmj (Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim), Brooklyn, NY
    • 2nd place: Aaron Loomans, Appleton, WI
    • People’s choice: Jacob Lange & Rebecca Tran (Christian Duvernois Landscape/Gallery) w/ Chris Teeter, RA ( Metamechanics) New York, NY
  • A New Attraction for an Old Airfield: Moscow’s New National Center for Contemporary Arts
    • First Place - Heneghan Peng (Ireland)
    • Second Place – MEL (Russia)
    • Third Place – Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos (Spain)
  • The Harvard Bridge Lighting Competition
    • Winning design: Rosales + Partners, with ARUP
  • A Sign of the Times? Port of Kinmen Passenger Service Center International Competition
    • First Place: Junya Ishigami (Japan)
    • Second Place: Tom Wiscombe (Los Angeles)
    • Third Place: Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
    • Honorable Mention: Miralles Tagliabue (Barcelona)
    • Honorable Mention: Josep Mias Gifre (Barcelona)
  • Looking into the Hi-Tech Future: New Campus of the Vietnamese-German University, Ho Chi Minh City
    • 1st Prize: Machado and Silvetti Associates (Boston, Massachusetts)
    • 2nd Prize: KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten (Frankfurt on Main, Germany)
    • 3rd Prize: Itsuko Hasegawa Atelier, Tokyo, Japan
    • 4th Prize: Riegler Riewe architekten ZT-G.m.b.H. (Graz, Austria)
    • 5th prize: Henn Architekten (Munich, Germany)
  • Re-Thinking the University of Manitoba’s Campus: Visionary (re)Generation International Competition
  • Competition win in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • From OMA and BIG to Small
  • EDGE/ucation Pavilion Design Competition
    • Winner: "Edge Portals" by Bade Stageberg Cox
    • Finalist: "FloodLAB"  by Desai/Chia
    • Finalist: "EDGEucation Pavilion" by Urban Data and Design
    • Finalist: "The Terrapin Shell" by WORKac
  • The “What If” Factor: The Louisville Children’s Museum Competition
    • First Place: Stephan Brugger, Eva Hierzer & Birgit Schire (Gratz, Austria)
    • Second Place: Kyle Zook, Jared Younger & Yu Kono (University of Cincinnati)
    • Third Place: PRAUD (Dongwoo Yim & Rafael Luna) - Boston, Massachusetts
  • A Blueprint for Change in the Rockaways
    • First Place: White Arkitekter (Stockholm, Sweden) with Arup and Gensler
    • Innovation in Resilient Waterfront Design Award: Ennead Lab/Ennead Architects, New York, NY USA with Atelier 10, Hargreaves Associates, Langan Engineering, LERA, and Biohabits
    • Finalist: Lateral Office, Toronto, Canada with WXY Studio, Sam Schwartz Engineering, EDesgin Dynamices, West 8, Buro Happold, and HR&A Advisors, Inc.
    • Finalist: Seeding Office, London, UK with Biber Architects, YR&G, Arup, Robert Silman Associates, CODE, and Dipl.-lng
    • Honorable Mention: Mithun, Seattle, WA
    • Honorable Mention: elandscript, Hong Kong
    • Honorable Mention: ijKim Architecture + N.E.E.D. Architecture + Group Han Associates, New York
    • Honorable Mention: LOT-EK + SCAPE, New York
    • Honorable Mention: McGregor Coxall, Sydney, Australia
    • Honorable Mention: FRPO, Madrid, Spain
  • SANAA’s Cultural Tour de Force: The Taichung City Cultural Center Competition
    • Winner: SANAA
    • Second Prize: Jean-loup Baldacci (France)
    • Third Prize: Eisenman Architects (USA)
    • Honorable Mention: MASS Studies / Minsuk Cho (Korea)
    • Honorable Mention: Stucheli Architekten AG / Mathis Tinner (Switzerland)
  • A Library as Ultimate Building Block: The Helsinki Library Competition

    Winner: "Käännös" by ALA (Helsinki)
    Third Place (tie): "Kasi" by VERSTAS Architects (Helsinki)
    Third Place (tie): "Liblab" by Playa Architects (Helsinki)
    Honorable Mention: "Wave" by Huttunen-Lipasti-Pakkanen (Helsinki)
    Honorable Mention: "Diagonal Agora" (Madrid)
    Honorable Mention: "Heartbeat of Helsinki" by Henning Larsen


  • Halftime at the Nobel Center Competition

    Shortlisted Firms:

    • 3XN
    • BIG
    • David Chipperfield Architects
    • Johan Celsing Arkitektkontor
    • Locaton & Vassal Architectes
    • Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter
    • Marcel Meili, Markus Peter Architekten
    • OMA
    • Sanaa
    • Snøhetta
    • Wingardhs Arkitekter
  • Reviving the Icon: Flinders Street Station Design Competition
    • Winner: HASSELL + Herzog & de Meuron (Melbourne and Switzerland)
    • People's Choice Winner: Eduardo Velasquez + Manuel Pineda + Santiago Medina (Colombia via University of Melbourne)
    • Finalist: Ashton Raggatt McDougall (Melbourne)
    • Finalist: John Wardle Architects + Grimshaw (Melbourne and UK)
    • Finalist: NH Architecture (Melbourne)
    • Finalist: Zaha Hadid Architecture & BVN Architecture (UK and Melbourne) 
  • Redesigning Detroit: Replacing a Downtown Flagship
    • First Place: “MINICITY Detroit,” Davide Marchetti and Erin Pellegrino (Rome, Italy)
    • Second Place: “Detroit Entrepreneurial Center (DEC),” Efrain Velez, Juan Nunez, Marko Kanceljak (Kalamazoo, Michigan)
    • Third Place: “Highwave Detroit,” Team Rossetti/Metrogramma; Southfield, Michigan
  • Absolutely Amazing: A High-rise Competition Thrusts a Canadian Suburb into the International Limelight
    • Winning Design: Yansong Ma, MAD Office (China)
    • Finalist: Roland Rom Colthoff, Quadrangle Architects Limited (Canada)
    • Finalist: Michel Rojkind, Rojkind Arquitectos (Mexico)
    • Finalist: Sebastian Messer, Studio MWM (United Kingdom)
    • Finalist: Nicholas Boyarsky, Boyarsky Murphy Architects (United Kingdom)
    • Finalist:Tarek El-Khatib, Zeidler Partnership Architects (Canada)
  • Next Stop: The 2013 Burnham Prize Competition
    • First Place: Hesam T. Rostami and Bahareh Atash (Toronto)
    • Second Place: Goi Artetxe and Elise Katherine Renwick (Chicago)
    • Third Place: Conor O’Shea and Aneesha Dharwadker (Boston)
  • Why Stop
    • Winner: New Bedford Super Pier by Emer O’Daly (Dublin, Ireland)
    • Honorable Mention: AgroLand by David Yang and Amir Shahrokhi of DnA (New York, NY)
    • Honorable Mention: Urban Grafting by Marcus Martinez and Ana Ansari of Alloy Build (Somerville, MA)
    • Honorable Mention: SKY- LAB by Elihu Rubin, Jacob Dugopolski and Chris Aubin, New York, NY
  • Curbside Action at the New Museum: The IDEAS CITY StreetFest Tenting Competition
    • Winning Design: Mirror Mirror by Davidson Rafailidis (Buffalo, NY)
    • Runner-up 01: Street Wear by EFGH - Hayley Eber, Frank Gesualdi & Laura Sansone (New York, NY)
    • Runner-up 02: Common Marquee by MAIO - Maria Charneco, Alfredo Lérida, Guillermo López & Anna Puigjaner (New York, NY)
  • Transforming the Bridge: 2012 Cleveland Design Competition
    • First Place (tied): Archilier Architecture (New York, NY)
    • First Place (tied): Ashley Craig, Edna LedesmaJessica Zarowitz (Austin, Texas)
    • Third Place: #12146 Moxon Architects (London, UK)
  • A Cultural Anchor in Wine Country: The UC Davis Art Museum Competition
    • First Place: SO-IL, design architect; Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, executive; Whiting-Turner contractor.
    • Second Place: Henning Larsen Architects; with Gould Evans as executive; and Oliver and Co. contractors.
    • Third Place: WORKac, design architect; Westlake Reed Leskosky, executive; Kitchell contractor
  • The Next Generation Container Port (NGCP) Challenge
    • Winner: National University of Singapore - Shanghai Maritime University - Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Company Limited
    • Runner Up: Cogent Holdings Limited - AC Consortium Pte Ltd - Engineers Partnership LLP - E S Tang Consultants
    • Runner Up: National Sun Yat-Sen University - Port of Kaohsiung, Taiwan International Ports Co,. LTD - Taiwan International Ports Co,. LTD - LUP International Co., LTD - National Taiwan Ocean University - 3fp Landscape Atelier Pte Ltd - Chi Architects & Associate
    • Runner Up: Nanyang Technological University - APL Co Ltd - Fraunhofer IDM@NTU - Kalmar - VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
  • In Ramallah, the Focus is on Architecture: The Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre Competition
    • Winning Entry: Donaire Arquitectos (Seville, Spain)
    • Runner-Up: Pesquera Ulargui Arquitectos (Madrid, Spain)
    • Finalist: Francisco Mangado Arquitectos (Pamplona, Spain)
    • Finalist: MRJ Rundell and Associates (London, UK)
  • Commentary on Competitions and the Al Jamea Competition in Particular
  • Designing for a Moslem Learning Experience: Al Jamea in Nairobi Campus Design Competition
    • Winning Entry: FXFowle Architects and Frederic Schwartz Architects (New York), Andropogon Associates (Philadelphia) in association with Burhani DesignBuild (Chicago), and Triad Architects (Nairobi)
    • Runner Up: Rangwala Associates in association with Moule & Polyzoides Architects (Los Angeles, CA)
    • Finalist: Christopher Charles Benninger Architects (Mumbai) in association with MruttuSalmann & Associates (Kenya)
    • Finalist: John McAslan + Partners (London) in association with F S Group Architects (Houston, TX)
  • Kent State University’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design Competition

    Winning Entry: Richard L. Bowen + Associates Inc. of Cleveland in association with Weiss/Manfredi of New York
    Finalist: Bialosky + Partners Architects, with offices in New York and Cleveland, in association with Architecture Research Office of New York
    Finalist: The Collaborative Inc. of Toledo, Ohio, in association with the Miller Hull Partnership of Seattle
    Finalist: Westlake
    Reed Leskosky with offices in Cleveland and four other cities

  • In Memoriam: Grady Clay
  • Uncovering Hidden Possibilities: Lexington’s Town Branch Competition
    • Winning Entry: SCAPE / Landscape Architecture (New York)
    • Finalist: Civitas (Denver, Colorado)
    • Finalist: Coen+Partners (Minnepolis, Minnesota)
    • Finalist: Inside Outside (The Netherlands)
    • Finalist: Julien De Smedt Architects (Copenhagen, Denmark)


  • A Significant Addition to a Public Place: The Cadogan Café Competition, London
    • Winning Entry: NEX
    • Finalists: Architecture 00, Carmody Groarke, Duggan Morris Architects, Pernilla Ohrstedt & Sarah Price Landscapes, and TaylorSnell
  • Urban Design in a Remote Village: The Klaksvik Town Center Competition
    • Winning Entry: Henning Larsen Architects (Copenhagen)
    • Second Place: GROUP 8, Francois De Marignac (Switzerland)
    • Third Place: Ragnar Zachariassen and Søren Yde Jensen of Denmark/Faroe Islands
  • Ideas for Rebuilding East Manhattan’s Edge on the Water
    • First Place: Joseph Wood, New Jersey, USA
    • Second Place: Takuma Ono and Darina Zlateva, New York City, USA
    • Third Place: Matteo Rossetti, Italy

  • A New Icon for Keelung’s Waterfront: Whether Arriving, Departing, or Just Looking
    • First Prize: Neil M. Denari Architects; Fei & Cheng Associates
    • Second Prize: Asymptote Architecture; Artech Architects
    • Third Prize: Mecanoo International B. V.; Archasia Design Group
    • Honorable Mention: Platform for Architecture+ Research; Series et Series; Ricky Liu & Associates
    • Honorable Mention: ACDF Architecture; Charles Hsueh; CECI Engineering Consultants, Inc.
  • Looking for an Iconic Answer: The Oceanside High School Performing Arts Center
    • Winning Entry: Harley Ellis Devereaux Architects
    • Finalist: Baker Nowicki Design Studio
    • Finalist: BCA Architects
    • Finalist: John Sergio Fisher and Associates
    • Finalist: Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects
  • Designing a Museum Addition: No Easy Task in Quebec
    • Winning Entry: OMA/Provencher Roy et Associés, architectes
    • Finalist: Barkow Leibinger Architekten / Imrey Culbert
    • Finalist: Nieto Sobejano & Brière Gilbert + associés, architectes
    • Finalist: Allied Works Architecture / Fichten Soiferman et Associés Architectes
    • Finalist: Groupe Arcop architectes / David Chipperfield architects
  • Low-Tech Solutions for Developing Countries: The Moving School Project in Burma
    • Winning Design: "Burma (re)framed"  by Amadeo Benneta and Daniel LaRossa (Berkeley, California)
    • Winning Student Design: "Happy Feet School" by Ms Gauri Satam, Mr Tejesh Patil. (Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Mumbai, India)
  • Low-tech as High Value: De-Materializing Seattle Center
    • Winner: "[In]Closure" by ABF (Paris. France)
    • Finalist: "Seattle Jelly Bean" by PRAUD (Boston, MA)
    • Finalist: "Park" by KoningEizenburg Architecture + ARUP (Los Angeles, CA)
  • A New Babylon: The Singapore Gardens by the Bay
    • Winner (Bay South Gardens): Grant Associates (UK) in collaboration with Atelier One (UK), Land Design Studios (UK), and Wilkinson Eyre Architects (UK)
    • Winner (Bay East Gardens): Gustafson Porter Ltd (UK)
  • Slovenian Architects Dominate the International Ljubljana Library Competition
    • First Place: Bevk Perović Arhitekti d.o.o. (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    • Second Place: ABiro, Blenkuš – Florijančič d.o.o. (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    • Third Place: Ravnikar Potokar Arhitekturni Biro d.o.o. (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    • Honorable Mention: Carlos Meri Cucart, architecte and civil engineer (Madrid, Spain)
  • The New Bauhaus Museum of Weimar
    • Winning Entry: Prof. Heike Hanada with Benedikt Tonon (Berlin, Germany)
    • Finalist: Johann Bierkandt (Landau, Germany)
    • Finalist: Architekten HKR (Klaus Krauss and Rolf Kursawe) - Cologne, Germany
  • Reimagining a Decaying Industrial Site: Nashua Master Plan Design Competition
    • Winner: Carl Pucci & Efrain Carbaca (New York, New York)
    • Finalist: Jennifer Garcia & Kenneth Garcia (Coral Gables, Florida)
    • Finalist: Teja S. Sawant & Somkant R. Thakur (Chicago, Illinois USA)
    • Finalist: Paul Privitera & Charlotte Firestone (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • Small Hospitals, Big Ideas: Kaiser Permanente Looks to New Health Care Solutions
    • Winning entry: Aditazz (San Bruno, CA)
    • Winning entry: Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch (San Francisco) with Perkins+Will (New York)
    • Finalist: Gresham, Smith and Partners (Jacksonville, FL)
  • A Human Touch in an Age of High Technology: The Nils Bohr Science Park in Copenhagen
    • Winner: Rambøll in collaboration with Rambøll UK, Rambøll SE, Colin Gordon and Associates, Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects, Christensen & Co and GBH Landscape Architects.
    • Finalist: GMP International Architects and Engineers.
    • Finalist: KHR Architects in collaboration with Jens Clementsen Architects, EKJ, Balslev and Cenergia Energy Consult.
    • Finalist: Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen in collaboration with HDR CUH2a, Moe & Brøds-gaard, Jørn Langvad Architects, Nørgaard & Holscher Landscape Architects and Andy Horsewell as associated consultant.
    • Finalist: Alectia in collaboration with Henning Larsen Architects, Schul Landscape Architects and Lohfert & Lohfert
  • Performance Takes Top Priority: Cultural Center Guy-Gagnon in Verdun, Quebec
    • Winning entry: Les Architectes FABG
    • Finalist: Saucier + Perrotte, Architectes
    • Finalist: Dan S. Hanganu, Architectes
    • Finalist: Manon Asselin, Architectes with Jodoin Lamarre Pratte, Architectes
  • Re-Shape History: The Atlanta History Center Competition
    • First place: Pfeiffer Partners Architects, New York, NY
    • Finalist: Vines Architecture / Kenneth Hobgood Architects, Atlanta/Raleigh, NC
    • Finalist: Stanley Beaman & Sears, Atlanta
    • Finalist: MSTSD, Inc. / Kallman McKinnel & Wood , Atlanta/Boston
    • Finalist: patterhndesign, St. Louis, MO
  • A Dramatic Curtain: The Taiwan Tower International Competition
    • First Prize: Sou Fujimoto Architects / Sou Fujimoto (Japan) with Fei & Cheng Associates / Philip T.C. Fei (Taiwan)
    • Second Prize: soma ZT GmbH / Martin Oberascher (Austria) with Ricky Liu & Associates Architects+Planners / Ricky Liu (Taiwan)
    • Third Prize: Dorin Stefan (Romania)l DS Birou de Arhitectura (Romania) with Lai & Associates, Engineers-Architects / Chao Chiun (Taiwan).
    • Honorable Mention-1: Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau Limited / Peter Cook (U.K.) with Tai Architect & Associates / Tai, Yu-Tse (Taiwan) & Buro Happold Ltd. (U.K.)
    • Honorable Mention-2: HMC Group / Raymond Pan ( USA) with HOY Architects & Associates / Charles Hsueh (Taiwan)
  • Bringing Life to the Center: The Aberdeen City Garden Competition
    • Winner: Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) (New York, NY)
    • Runner-up: Foster + Partners (London, UK)
    • Finalist: Snøhetta (Oslo/New York)
    • Finalist: Gustafson Porter (London, UK)
    • Finalist: Mecanoo Architecten (Delft, The Netherlands)
    • Finalist: West 8 (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
  • Improving Education by Design: The 2011 Cleveland Design Competition
    • Winner: Michael Dickson (Brisbane, Australia)
    • Second Place: Michael Robitz, Sean Franklin, Alexandra VanOrsdale (New York, NY)

    • Third Place (tie): Drozdov & Partners Ltd. (Oleg Drozdov, Anna Kosharnaya, Pavel Zabotin, Andrian Sokolovksy), (Kharkov, Ukraine)

    • Third Place (tie): Feld Architecture (Paris, France)
  • Seeking New Paradigms in Landscape Architecture: The Taichung Gateway Park Competition
    • First Prize: “Atmospheres of Well-Being" by Catherine Mosbach, Philippe Rahm, Ricky Lui & Associates
    • Second Prize: "Aqua Cultures" by Stoss, Inc. (USA), Shu Chang Associates Architects (R.O.C.)
    • Third Prize: West 8 Urban Design and Landscape Architecture (Netherlands), Old Farmer Landscape Architecture Co. (R.O.C.)
    • Honorable Mention: Martino Tattara (Belgium), Pier Vittorio Aureli, Branzi Architetto, Favero & Milan Engineering, Tai Architects and Associates (R.O.C.)
  • Museum as Sustainability Model: The Taipei City Museum of Art
    • First Place: Peter Boronski / Jean-Loup Baldacci, New Zealand/France
    • Second Place: Kengo Kuma / Kengo Kuma & Associates, Japan
    • Third Place: Federico Soriano Pelaez, Spain
    • Honorable Mention: James Law Cybertecture International Holding Limit (Hong Kong)
    • Honorable Mention: Sung Goo Yang with Oscar Kang (USA)
    • Honorable Mention: Ian Yan-Wen Shao with JR-Gang Chi, Ar-Ch Studio (R.O.C.)
    • Honorable Mention: Jafar Bazzaz (Iran)
    • Honorable Mention: Ysutaka Oonari Masamichi Kawakami, 101 Design (Japan)
  • Focusing on the Center: Fargo’s Urban-infill Design Competition
    • First Place (shared): "Fargo 365" by David Witham, Doug Meehan, Anna Ishii and Hannah Mattheus-Kairy (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
    • First Place (shared):  "Ebb and Flow" by Nakjune Seong and Sarah Kuen (South Lake, Texas)
    • Second Place: “Vertical Plain” by Helenske Design Group (Fargo, ND)
  • The Gowanus Lowline Ideas Competition
    • First Place: "Gowanus Lowlands" by Tyler Caine, Luke Carnahan, Ryan Doyle, Brandon Specter (New York)
    • Second Place: "[f]lowline" by Aptum/Landscape Intelligence (Switzerland)
  • Anticipating a Second Stage: The New Taipei City Museum of Art Design Competition
    • Finalist: Peter Boronski / Jean-Loup Baldacci, New Zealand/France
    • Finalist: Kengo Kuma / Kengo Kuma & Associates, Japan
    • Finalist: Federico Soriano Pelaez, Spain
    • Honorable Mention: James Law Cybertecture International Holding Limit (Hong Kong)
    • Honorable Mention: Sung Goo Yang with Oscar Kang (USA)
    • Honorable Mention: Ian Yan-Wen Shao with JR-Gang Chi, Ar-Ch Studio (R.O.C.)
    • Honorable Mention: Jafar Bazzaz (Iran)
    • Honorable Mention: Ysutaka Oonari Masamichi Kawakami, 101 Design (Japan)
  • Bucolic Site as Museum Context: The Serlachius Museum Competition in Finland
    • First Place: "Parallels," MX_SI Architectural Studio (Barcelona)
    • Second Place: "Thyra," Mikko Heikkinen and Markku Komonen (Helsinki)
    • Third Place: "Ruth S," Riku and Katri Rönka (Helsinki)
  • A Community Icon Revisited: The Indianapolis Monument Circle Competition
    • First Place: "From Inertia to Inner-circle" by Jean-Baptiste Cueille / Francois David (Paris, France)
    • Second Prize: "Centering Indianapolis" by Tom Gallagher, Ben Ross and Brian Staresnick, Ratio Architects (Indianapolis)
    • Third Prize: Nexus: "Indianapolis" by Studio Three Architects - Brian Hollars, Lohren Deeg and Kerry LaPrees (Muncie, Indiana)
    • People's Choice: Greg Meckstroth (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Expansion as an Art: Daytona Museum of Arts and Sciences
    • First Place: VOA , Orlando (Florida office)
    • Second Place: Architects Design Group (Winter Park, Florida)
    • Third Place: HOK (Tampa, Florida office)
  • Sauerbruch Hutton Out, Marshall In: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
  • MCA, Sydney
  • A New Live/Workplace as Tourist Destination: Fez, Morocco Infill Competition by Stanley Collyer
    • First Prize: Mossessian & partners (London,UK) with Yassir Khalil Studio (Casablanca, Morocco)
    • Second prize: Ferretti-Marcelloni (Rome, Italy) with Bahia Nouh (Fez, Morocco)
    • Third prize: Moxon Architects, (London, UK) with Aime Kakon (Casablanca, Morocco)
  • Innovative Design Finds Anchorage in Boston: The Barge 2011 Design Competition by Dan Madryga
    • First Place: “Lighter Than Air” by Rachely Rotem and Phu Hoang (New York)
    • Finalist:“Found Floating” by Anthony Di Mari 
    • Finalist: “Flow it!  Fold it!” by Soohyun Jin and Talya Sandank (South Korea)
    • Finalist: “Capullo!” by Jason Ejzenbart and Kara Burman (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg)
    • Finalist:  “Quipus — Talking Strings” by Jason Ross (University of Tampa)
    • Finalist: “Grow Boston” by Blake Thomas and Peter Broeder (University of Kansas)
  • Creating Spaces: A Multi-Layered Approach to a Complex Program The Kaohsiung Maritime Cultural & Music Center, Taiwan by Stanley Collyer
    • First Prize: Manuel Alvarez Monteserín Lahoz (Spain) with Javier Simó de Pedro - Spain/Andrés Infantes Corrales – Spain/Antonio Jesús Corona Bosch (Spain) and HOY Architects & Associates/ Mark Ongg (Taiwan)
    • Second Prize: Akihisa Hirata (Japan) with Ricky Liu & Associates Architects+Planners
    • Third Prize: Studio Gang Architects, Ltd., (Chicago, USA) with J.J. Pan and Partners (Taiwan)
    • Honorable Mention I: Yves Bachmann with Toshihiro Kubota, Switzerland and Charles C. Yen, Architect (Taiwan)
    • Honorable Mention II: Mack Scogin (Atlanta, USA) with Fei & Cheng Associates (Taiwan)
  • Seaplane Terminal Competition: A Catalyst for Watson Island Waterfront

    First Place: “Miami Glades” by CA Landscape, Trevor Curtis + Sylvia Kim (Seoul South Korea)
    Second Place: “Amphibian” by Stantec, Vicky Chan, Alex Zulas, Liange Otero Colon (New York City)
    Third Place: “The Miami Loop” by
    Gerd Wetzel + Martin Plock (Basel, Switzerland)

  • Griffintown Interrupted: An unsolicited competition brings global participants and local stakeholders to the table over a district in limbo
  • Steel and Spirituality Revisited: ACSA’s 10th Annual Steel Design Student Competition

    First Prize: Will Allport, Nick Barrett, and Jason Butz (Clemson University)
    First Prize: Daniel Cesarz (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
    Second Prize: Cody James Glen, Salvador Cabezon, and Maria A. Sanchez Casella (Woodbury University and the University of Buenos Aires)
    Third Prize: Dion Dekker (California Polytechnic State University)

  • Embarcation as the Ultimate Experience: The Kaohsiung Port and Cruise Terminal Competition

    First Prize: Fei & Cheng Associates/Philip T.C. Fei (Taiwan) with Reiser+Umemoto RUR Architecture PC (New York, NY)
    Second Prize: Asymptote Architecture (
    New York, NY) with Artech Architects/Kris Yao (Taiwan)
    Third Prize: Ricky Liu & Associates Architects+Planners (Taiwan) with Takenaka Corporation/Masahiro Morita (Japan)

    Honorable Mention-1: JET Architecture Inc./Edward Kim (Canada) with CXT Architects Inc./Dan Teh (Canada) and Archasia Design Group/Sao-You (Taiwan)
    Honorable Mention-2: HMC Group Inc. / Raymond Pan (Los Angeles, CA) with HOY Architects & Associates/Charles Hsueh (Taiwan)

  • The Eisenhower Memorial: Sending Mixed Messages?

    Winner: Frank Gehry (Los Angeles, CA)
    Finalist: Krueck & Sexton Architects (Chicago)
    Finalist: Peter Walker
    Finalist: PWP Landscape Architecture (Berkeley)
    Finalist: Rogers Marvel Architects (New York City).

  • St. Francis High School Louisville, KY
  • Wheeling Millennium Plaza Competition
  • Salt Lake City Library Competition
  • San Francisco State University Gateway Competition
  • United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) – Geneva, Switzerland
  • Denver Civic Center Competition
  • Central California History Museum
  • New Mexico School of Architecture Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • La Grande bibliotheque du Quebec
  • Martin Luther King Memorial Competition – Washington, D.C.