Pamphlet Architecture 30 Competition Winner announced

Pamphlet Architecture 30 Competition Winner announced

The Pamphlet Architecture 30 jury consisted of Kevin Lippert, publisher, Princeton Architectural Press; Steven Holl, architect; Toshiko Mori, architect; Michael Bell, architect; Stan Allen, architect; Marion Weiss, architect; and Jennifer Thompson, editorial director, Princeton Architectural Press. According to the jury, Coupling locates new, small-scale potentials for infrastructure in unexpected places. The winning entry also illustrates a collection of projects with strong graphics, design, and thematic organization.

Complete list of finalists and runners up after the break.

The two Pamphlet Architecture 30 finalists are:

A Projective Geography for America: Territorial Cultural Artifacts for the New Era Team: ORG Project Team Members: Alexander D’Hooghe, Natalie Seys, Luk Peeters, Steve Swiggers, Andrew Corrigan, Michiel De Potter, Ryan Maliszewski, Lisa Pauli, Evelyne Van Houtte, Oliver Wuttig

untitled – Janet Yoon

The five Pamphlet Architecture 30 runners up are:

Empower: Visualizing Ecosystem Infrastructure – Rebecca Fuchs

Entropic Industries: Infrastructure Embodying Uncertainty – Jared Winchester

Growing Water Team: UrbanLab Member: Martin Felsen

Green Belt Duplicity: Cultivating the Modern Day Ringstrasse – Hut Dong, Suah Na, Tana Houland, Shu Zhang

Drift City: A Continental Transient Infrastructure – Andrew McDowell

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Pamphlet Architecture 30 Competition Winner announced" 14 Sep 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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