Urban Revision Winners Announced


Entry 193: Forwarding Dallas

Firm: Atelier Data & MOOV
Lisbon, Portugal

This design intends to efficiently and effectively collect resources for residential and commercial consumption. Water will be collected on the rooftop, recycled and stored underground for grey water usage and irrigation. Construction of Forwarding Dallas will make the best use of natural lighting and ventilation based on the location of the building.

Entry 136: Greenways Xero Energy

Firm: David Baker and Partners Architects and Fletcher Studio
San Francisco, CA

Greenways Xero Energy allows for easy integration of surrounding areas into the block each ‘district’ with a unique identity. Pedestrian-friendly “greenways” serve as the public space infrastructure and multi-modal transit center that decreases necessity of cars.

Entry 113: Entangled Bank

Firm: Little
Charlotte, North Carolina

This plan is designed to incorporate education with sustainable profitability through the Organic Farming Institute and a Slow Food Restaurant. Food will be grown on site for the organic grocery store and host produce from many local organic farmers.


Honorable Mentions:

CO-OP Canyon

Firm: Standard LLP: architect
Los Angeles, CA

CO-OP CANYON is a cooperative community of 1,000 people living together in terraced cliff dwellings overlooking lush urban canyon. Residents gain equity in the co-op through participation in construction, agricultural, maintenance, education and conservation programs central to the sustenance of the community.

Seeds of Integration

Firm: Morris Architects
Houston, TX

The core of this inquiry holds a belief that the future well being of cities requires an understanding of the links between the built environment – housing, buildings, transportation, infrastructure, streets, and public spaces – and food production, distribution, and consumption.


Firm: PI.KL
San Diego, CA

The emphasis falls on the ability to grow a community naturally and gradually, developing a home-grown socioeconomic sustainability by investing in the proper handling of the natural environment and technology and the full utilization of local social capital.