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Atlantic City Tourism District Master Plan / The Jerde Partnership

Courtesy of The Jerde Partnership
Courtesy of The Jerde Partnership

Well known for their visionary architecture that people love to visit and go back to time and again, The Jerde Partnership has set out to attract more people through a realistic framework by transforming Atlantic City into the preferred coastal resort destination of the Northeastern United States. By creating a clean, green, safe city that pays homage to its storied history and takes advantage of its unique island setting, the new Atlantic City Tourism District master plan will offer a wide range of attractions and experiences for all ages. By promoting a strategy for redevelopment, phasing, and district-wide improvements, the master plan will serve as a catalyst for Atlantic City’s economic and social uplift. More images and architects’ description after the break.

1st and 2nd Prize Winners of Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Competition

Courtesy of Patrick Lausell and Paola Marquez
Courtesy of Patrick Lausell and Paola Marquez

ArchDaily is pleased to present the first and second prize winners of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Competition. The first prize was awarded to the proposal, “Fractured Landscapes” by Patrick Lausell and Paola Marquez, of Somerville, Mass. The second prize winner, SAYA, submitted a proposal entitled “Fields of Memory.” Both projects received high esteem from the judges. The jury included Daniel Libeskind, Richard Meier, Michael Berenbaum, Clifford Chanin, Wendy Evans Joseph, and James E. Young and selected from 712 proposals from 55 countries. More on both projects after the break.

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Competition proposal / David Neustein and Adi Atic

Courtesy of David Neustein and Adi Atic
Courtesy of David Neustein and Adi Atic

Australian architects David Neustein and Adi Atic shared with us their proposal for the Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Competition. See more images and architect’s description after the break.

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial / Office Feuerman + Thomas DeMonchaux

Images courtesy of William Feuerman (Office Feuerman) and Thomas DeMonchaux
Images courtesy of William Feuerman (Office Feuerman) and Thomas DeMonchaux

Multinational design firm, Office Feuerman, in conjunction with Thomas DeMonchaux have shared with ArchDaily their proposal for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial competition, Ascent/Aliyah. Additional images of their entry and a description of intention after the break.

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial / Hung-Yin Yen, DESA, and Ching-Yi Chen

Courtesy of Hung-Yin Yen, DESA Architect, and Ching-Yi Chen
Courtesy of Hung-Yin Yen, DESA Architect, and Ching-Yi Chen

The existing 40’ x 60’ footprint of the pavilion on the Atlantic City Boardwalk has been re-envisioned by Hung-Yin Yen, DESA, and Ching-Yi Chen in an attempt to maximize the usage of the space as a Holocaust Memorial and activate it as a gathering point on the boardwalk. More information and images after the break.

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial proposal / Ariel Noyman and Ruth Kedar

Courtesy of Ariel Noyman and Ruth Kedar
Courtesy of Ariel Noyman and Ruth Kedar

Architects Ariel Noyman and Ruth Kedar shared with us their proposal for the Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Competition. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial / Amos Goldreich Architecture + Nekton Studio

Courtesy Amos Goldreich Architecture + Nekton Studio
Courtesy Amos Goldreich Architecture + Nekton Studio

English design firm, Amos Goldreich Architecture in conjunction with Nekton Studio have shared with ArchDaily their proposal for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial competition. Additional images of their entry and a succinct architects description after the break.

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Design Competition proposal / Julian King Architect

Courtesy of Julian King Architect
Courtesy of Julian King Architect

New York-based Julian King Architect shared with us their proposal for the Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Design Competition, selected as one of the six finalists. The competition will announce the winning project in November. More images and architect’s description after the break.

The Harrow / WORD

© WORD
© WORD

Our friends from WORD shared their proposal for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial. The competition, which attracted over 700 submissions, asked participants to use the existing seaside pavilion at Atlantic City, New Jersey to create a kind of public space that commemorates the Holocaust and continues to bring awareness to the horrific happenings. “Its purpose is to fix our collective memory, to bear witness, to embrace the ineffable sense of loss,” explained the competition brief.  For the Harrow, WORD creates two drastically different environments offering a strong visual to understand the happenings of the Holocaust and a place to calmly reflect.

More images and more about the proposal after the break.

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Design Competition

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Inc. is sponsoring an international open two-stage design competition for the purpose of realizing a Memorial to the Holocaust and genocide on a site dedicated for that purpose by the city of Atlantic City NJ. The competition will be anonymous and judged by a world class Jury. First stage submissions are on-line only. Each winner of the first stage shall be awarded a $2500 honorarium to build a model which will be exhibited and judged at a gala event to be held in Atlantic City NJ in August 2010. The author of the winning design will be awarded the commission to realize a Memorial on a magnificent site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and visited by millions of visitors annually. Registration deadline is February 15 and submission deadline is March 15. For more information, go to the competition’s official website. Seen at deathbyarchitecture.