The winners have been revealed for the Architecture at Zero 2013 competition. Architecture, engineering, and planning students and professionals worldwide were invited to submit their designs of a zero-net energy, mixed-use, and affordable residential building for the Tenderloin neighborhood in San Francisco, CA.
The Jury gave 3 Merit Awards, 1 Citation Award, and 2 Special Recognition Awards.
The Jury featured: Bob Berkebile, FAIA, Principal, BNIM Architects; Edward Mazria Founder, Architecture 2030; Cathleen McGuigan Editor-in-Chief, Architectural Record; Paul Torcellini Principal Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Paulett Taggart, FAIA Principal, Paulett Taggart Architects
Merit Award Student entry - Living in Flux by Victor Bao (California Polytechnic State University)
Merit Award - Catalyst SF by Joseph King, Lillian Park, Tony Vasquez and Laurence Booth (Booth Hansen)
Merit Award - Prime Cut by Stephan Rutz, Jesse Honsa, Kate Gannon, Karl Sippel, Bruno Keller, Christian Schoch, Heinz Simmler, Andreas Gianoli and Roland Ryser (Rutz Architects)
Citation Award - NZ+ Beyond Net Zero Energy by Drew Adams, Joseph Yau and Mark Alocilja
Special Recognition Award - Folium by Karim Hammad, Robert Herman, Susie Coliver, Stephen Doherty, Jonas Weber, Emma Ramoy, Michael Hummel, Ryan Potvin and David Malman (Herman Coliver Locus Architecture, EBS Consultants, Architectural Lighting Design)
Special Recognition Award - Tetris Block by Duane B. Carter, Mike Stopka, Simon Mance, Scott Farbman, Courtney Brower
Images via architectureatzero.com.
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