Sponsor: UC Berkeley, Citris, Pinoleville Pomo Nation, Native Cares
Type: Open, international
First Prize: $3,000
Second Prize: $2,000
Third Prize: $1,000
Sustainable Engineering Innovation Prize: $3,000
Social and Cultural Integrity Prize: $2,000
Chip Crawford, Practice director, HOK Planning Group.
Angela James, Vice Chair and Tribal Historic Preservation director,
Pinoleville Pomo Nation
Taryn Mead, Director of Consulting, Biomimicry3.8, Biomimicry Guild
Colin Rolfing, Director of Sustainable Design, HOK
EricaÂ Carson, Tribal Historic Preservation assistant director, Pinolevill Pomo Nation
To design an offgrid living-culture center for the Pinoleville Pomo Nation
(PPN), a Native American nation in Northern California. The emphasis will be on an onsite-generated, low-energy building which is sensitive to the local culture.
For more information, go to: 2012.ParticiPlace.org