This year's SEED Award winners represent projects that reflect justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion within the realms of design, architecture, and land development in collaboration with NOMA and NAACP. Each project receives $1,000 and the opportunity to present their work at this year's NOMA National Virtual Conference during their Structures for Inclusion session.
Since 2011, the SEED Awards highlight public interest design projects that address critical community issues at a social, economic, and environmental scale.
Below are the winners and their project details.
Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia
Project Location: Charlottesville, VA
Envision Comanche Master Plan
Project Location: Tulsa, OK
7933 Tree Lane Housing
Project Location: Madison, WI
The Weatherization Kit Project
Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Project Location: Portland, OR
The Chicago Mobile Makerspace
Project Location: Chicago, IL
Pathways to Equity: West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project
Project Location: Oakland, CA
Winners were selected thanks to a star-studded jury consisting of design leaders in the industry such as Carl Anthony, Kimberly Dowdell, Maya Henderson, and Tiffany Mayhew, among others. To learn more about the SEED Awards and winning project details click here.
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