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Woodstock Museum Design Competition winners announced

Woodstock Museum Design Competition winners announced

The winners for the Woodstock Museum design competition for deck and promenade have been announced with the first place going to Takeshi Okada from Forest Hills, NY.

Architects from around the world were invited to design a new promenade for improved wheelchair access, deck and performance stage. Designs had to include a hundred odd pieces of used battleship decking made of teak and steel spelling PEACE which the museum will supply. Sustainable building products including hemp brick/concrete were encouraged.

Seen at Bustler. All the winners and more images after the break.

First Place – Takeshi Okada, Forest Hill, NY

Second Place – William McCullan, Newbury, OH

Third Place – Konstantinos Zabetas, Greece

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Woodstock Museum Design Competition winners announced" 03 Sep 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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