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Enter the One Prize 2014: SMART DOCK Open International Design Competition and Win $5,000!August 31st, 2014

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Terreform ONE has announced the 5th annual ONE Prize Competition, an annual contest that explores smart and innovative redevelopment schemes of industrial and waterfront sites. This year’s ONE Prize proposes to design a collaborative teaching facility and public outreach center for socio-ecological ONE Lab, a new school for design and science based in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The “Smart Dock,” which include spaces for lectures, events, and design studios for approximately thirty graduate level students, will function both as a visual reference and spatial matrix for ONE Lab, and as a unique interdisciplinary research laboratory for industrial design, synthetic biology, landscape ecology, art, architecture, and master planning. Early registration and the discount registration fee of $100 ends July 31, 2014.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
August 31st, 2014

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
August 31st, 2014

LINK:
http://oneprize.org/

AWARD/PRIZE

1st place US $5000 + winning entry to be developed for construction. | 2nd place US $2000 | 3rd place US $1000

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Documentation of the existing building and details of the program will be available upon receipt of the entry fee of $100 for early registrants before June 30, 2014 and $150 thereafter. Each entry should include: Two 24" by 36" color boards in horizontal format presented as a single digital file in PDF format. Total file size is 15 MB. These boards are the visual summary of the transformation each team envisions for its selected site. At a minimum, boards must include before and after photo and/or rendering; Sufficient visual information to clearly communicate your design intent; Adequate annotations to guide viewers through the visualization; An abstract statement of no more than 150 words. No identifying information should be included, as entries will be presented and judged anonymously. The presence of identifying information will be grounds for automatic disqualification. For more information contact Maria Aiolova, LEED AP maria@terreform.org or Christian Hubert info@christianhubert.com

JURY

Stan Allen Principal, SAA, Professor and Former Dean, Princeton University School of Architecture; Michael Arad Partner, Handel Architects; Dan Barasch Co-Founder, The Low Line; Christopher Beardsley Executive Director, Forum for Urban Design and Partner, RUX; Adrian Benepe Senior Vice President and Director of City Park Development at Trust for Public Land, Former Commissioner, NYC Parks and Recreation; Jennifer Bolstad Founding Principal, Local Office Landscape Architecture; Louise Harpman Founding Partner, Specht Harpman and Associate Professor of Practice, NYU; Christian Hubert Principal, Christian Hubert Studio and Chair, Terreform ONE Board of Directors; Kaja Kűhl Founder, You Are The City and Associate Adjunct Professor, Columbia GSAPP; Walter Meyer Founding Principal, Local Office Landscape Architecture and Associate Adjunct Professor, Columbia GSAPP; James Ramsey Principal, RAAD Studios and Co-Founder, The Low Line; Marry Rowe Vice President and Managing Director, Municipal Art Society; David Selig Community Activist and Owner, Rockaway Taco; Alex Washburn Chief Urban Designer, New York City Department of City Planning; Peter Yeadon Founding Partner, Decker Yeadon and Associate Professor, RISD

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