2012 AIM Competition Awards Announced

Courtesy of Fionn Byrne & Kyle Xuekun Yang

The Architects in Missions (AIM) recently announced the winners for their 2012 architecture competition with the topic, “: Renewing ’s Traditional Village Lifestyle.” Participants were challenged in guiding the island villages toward a diversified economy through sustainable tourism development. Over the course of this society’s development, the unique fishing village, its products, and its lifestyle, represent a cultural resource that cannot be replicated. Awards were given in the categories of scenic village planning, architecture renovation, sustainable development, innovation production, and a special award. More images and descriptions of the winning entries after the break.

2012 AIM Architecture Competition

Courtesy of AIM (Architects in Mission)

The Architects in Missions (AIM) recently launched their 2012 architecture competition with the topic, “: Renewing ’s Traditional Village Lifestyle.” In setting their sights upon the eastern gate of : Shengsi Islands, participants are challenged in guiding the island villages toward a diversified economy through sustainable tourism development. Over the course of this society’s development, the unique fishing village, its products, and its lifestyle, represent a cultural resource that cannot be replicated. With the premise of helping the local population of the Shengsi Islands integrate into modern life, how can the ecology and residential environment of this archipelago be protected? The submission deadline is August 31. For more information, please visit here.