To conclude our
mini-showcasing of the 2013 AIA New York Chapter Design Award winners, here are now the two Honor and five Merit award winners in the category Urban Design selected by the jurors David Coomes, Kathryn Gustafson, PLA, ASLA, Hon. FRIBA, and Alex Krieger, FAIA.
Submitted projects had to be completed by architects/designers practicing in New York, or be New York projects designed by architects/designers based elsewhere.
All winning work will be exhibited in the Design Awards exhibition at the
Center for Architecture beginning April 18, with an opening reception from 6-8pm. The exhibition will remain on view through May 31. Exhibition design by Kokoro & Moi.
Urban Design Honor Award Winner: Badouzi Harbor Urban Design with the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology and the National Aquarium in Keelung City, Taiwan by J.M. Lin Architect (Image Credit: J.M. Lin Architect)
Urban Design Merit Award Winner: Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park in New York, NY by Louis I. Kahn, FAIA, David Wisdom, and Mitchell | Giurgola Architects (Image Credit: Paul Warchol)
Urban Design Merit Award Winner: agri-CULTURE: Richardson Mixed Use Development in Richardson, TX by SAMOO Architecture PC, New York (Image Credit: SAMOO Architecture)
Urban Design Merit Award Winner: Urbaneer Resilient Water Infrastructure in Brooklyn, NY by Terreform ONE (Image Credit: Terreform ONE)
Urban Design Merit Award Winner: Hunters Point South Waterfront Park in Long Island City, NY, Park Designers: Thomas Balsley Associates / WEISS/MANFREDI, Prime Consultant and Infrastructure Designer: Arup (Image Credit: WEISS/MANFREDI)
Urban Design Merit Award Winner: New Holland Island in St. Petersburg, Russia by WORKac (Image Credit: WORKac)