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CITYVISION - International Ideas Competition Winners

Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition

The CITYVISION competition is an international ideas competition, which challenges architects, engineers, designers, students and creative individuals to develop visionary urban proposals with the intention of stimulating and supporting the contemporary city.  Through innovative ideas and methodologies, which can improve the connection between the historical, present and future city, CITYVISION aims to foster a critical evolution of architectural historiography. The host city for this round of entries was Venice, Italy.  Browse through the winning entries after the break.

The Judging Panel of the 2011 edition was composed of leaders of the architecture and design fields: 4 members and a presiding president including BJARKE INGELS (BIG Architects)  Copenhagen / New York Jury President, NERI OXMAN (Material Ecology)  New York, ELENA MANFERDINI (Atelier Manferdini)  Los Angeles, MARIA LUDOVICA TRAMONTIN (Università di Cagliari)  Cagliari, BOSTJAN VUGA (Sadar Vuga)  Ljubljana. The Jury selected a first and a second prize and 11 honorable mentions. Venice CITYVISION Competition had 250 registered groups (462 participants) and received 201 proposals from all five continents. During the competition a special prize has been added, FARM special prize, and Andrea Bartoli (farm’s owner) selected the winner.

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Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition

First Prize: Alberto Bottero, Simona Della Rocca and Valeria Bruni Second Prize: Onorato di Manno (Group Leader), Lorenzo Catena, Francesco Cusani and  Flavio Graviglia Farm Prize: Ada Bartkowska, Marek Ejsztet, Michał Kulesza, Piotr Matuszek, Tomasz Tymiński, Ewa Zwierzchowskia and Jaroslaw Szewczyk Special Mention: Roberto Roncoroni Artico Matteo, Bittolo Mattia, Fracassi Silvia and Trevisan Matteo Vladimir Andjelkovic, Dijana Adzemovic Andjelkovic, Aleksandar Bogojevic and Ranko Pavlovic, architect Mauro Frate, Giorgio Donà, Matteo Pollani, Filippo Bergianti, Ludovico Sternini and Simone Visentin Julien Combes and Gaël Brulé (Atelier CMJ) Pedro Jesús Muñoz Rodríguez Ali Farzaneh, Maider Ainara Llaguno Munitxa and Kensuke Hotta Au Man Ying, Ng Kei Yiu, Or Man Piu and Ou Yang Hau Yee Clinton Miller Sean Wittmeyer and Nile Greenberg Giorgio Cucut and Anna Merci

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Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
Courtesy of Venice CITYVISION Competition
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Cite:Irina Vinnitskaya. "CITYVISION - International Ideas Competition Winners" 20 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/152101/cityvision-international-ideas-competition-winners/>