Every year, d3's Natural Systems competition highlights the value of investigating natural systems -- whether at the microscopic or universal scale. Architects, designers, engineers, and students were invited to submit proposals that explore potential architectonic strategies to apply in urbanism, architecture, and design.
For 2014, the international list of winners included three top-prize winners and 11 special mentions in various categories, including two Directors' Choice projects.
The jury panel of architects and designers included Sandra McKee, Yoshihara McKee Architects, Fordham University, and Columbia University; Ian Y. Jeong, HAAK Architects; Sebastienne Brown, Fordham University and New York University; Jaeyoung Kim, Chelsea West Architects/New York; Alana Aviel, University of Hawaii, and Silva Ajemian, TODODA/New York and New Jersey Institute of Technology
Find out who the winners are below.
TOP PRIZE WINNERS:
All images courtesy of d3.
The jury was hosted by the Fordham University architecture faculty at their Manhattan studios on the Lincoln Center campus.
The Natural Systems program was developed by co-directors Gregory Marinic, Director of Interior Architecture and Assistant Professor of Architecture in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture/University of Houston; and Ji Young Kim, Shigeru Ban Architects.
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