NYC aquarium & public waterfront is the theme of the challenge launched by the internationalarch out loud architects.
New York City has seen rapid redevelopment that has capitalized places previously degraded. First of all the sites that have access to the waterfront. Most of the companies in these areas have private economic interests, concerned public value only when there is a direct return on their profit.
If they are not considered part of the waterfront could be lost, with the constant return of people to the urban core, there is the need to create public infrastructure and cultural. In a city that is filled with numerous icons, parks, theaters and museums, an aquarium is one of the few types of public facilities do not exist within the surrounding area.
On a site that runs along the East River and the Eleventh Street Basin in New York City, arch out loud proposes the creation of a public aquarium and the park to provide common space for the surrounding city. arch out loud proposes designers to experiment with conventional interpretations of this program and investigate how it can create a relationship with its context.
- 1st Place - $ 2,000.
- 2nd Place - $ 1,000.
- 3rd Place - $ 500.
- Director's Choice - $ 100.
- 5 Honorable Mentions.
Todd Degarmo - CEO | Studios Architecture
Martha Schwartz - Principal | Martha Schwartz Partners
James Hampton - Senior Associate | Peddle Thorp Architects
Socrati Seretis - Senior Design Associate | Peddle Thorp Architects
Edouard Cabay - Founder | Appariel, Professor | Institute of Advanced Architecture Barcelona
Danny Ha - Vice President and Design Principal | The Jerde Partnership
Anna Pietrzak - Designer | Kohn Pedersen Fox
Early Registration Deadline - February 14th, 2016
Regular Registration and Submission Deadline - April 4th, 2016
For more information and to register for the contest visitwww.archoutloud.com/competitions