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The Winners of d3 Housing Tomorrow 2014

The Winners of d3 Housing Tomorrow 2014
The Winners of d3 Housing Tomorrow 2014, Courtesy of d3
Courtesy of d3

d3 has just announced the winners of its annual Housing Tomorrow competition, a competition that urges its participants to "deploy innovative, socially- and environmentally-engaged approaches to residential urbanism, architecture, interiors, and designed objects" in order to determine "new architectonic strategies for living in the future." As always, the results are fantastic, thought-provoking visions of a more sustainable world. See the winners, after the break.

First Prize: Aboveground Anomaly / Tiffany Szeto (Hong Kong). Image Courtesy of d3 Second Prize: Primitive Rise / Kwang Min Lee, Kenny Kim, Jae Hyun Kim, Hyung Gyu Kim (Korea-USA). Image Courtesy of d3 Special Mention, Interior Architecture: High_Res / Andrew Isaac Ng, Max Obata, Daniel Kobran (Canada-USA). Image Courtesy of d3 Special Mention, Extreme Environment: Fortress Barge: Housing for Tomorrow / Pierre Thach, Long Chuan Zhang (Canada-Denmark). Image Courtesy of d3 + 18

The jury, consisting of Michael Gonzales, University of Houston; John Tsai, JT Arc Studio; Jonathan Wimmel, Prozign Architects; Ji Young Kim, Shigeru Ban Architects; and Gregory Marinic, University of Houston, awarded three prizes and fourteen special mentions this year:

First Prize

First Prize: Aboveground Anomaly / Tiffany Szeto (Hong Kong). Image Courtesy of d3
First Prize: Aboveground Anomaly / Tiffany Szeto (Hong Kong). Image Courtesy of d3

Aboveground Anomaly / Tiffany Szeto (Hong Kong)

Second Prize 

Second Prize: Primitive Rise / Kwang Min Lee, Kenny Kim, Jae Hyun Kim, Hyung Gyu Kim (Korea-USA). Image Courtesy of d3
Second Prize: Primitive Rise / Kwang Min Lee, Kenny Kim, Jae Hyun Kim, Hyung Gyu Kim (Korea-USA). Image Courtesy of d3

Primitive Rise / Kwang Min Lee, Kenny Kim, Jae Hyun Kim, Hyung Gyu Kim (Korea-USA)

Third Prize 

Third Prize: Trans-scraper 2050: Eco-Colonization / Yuen Fung Cheung, Artur Nitribitt (Hong Kong-Poland). Image Courtesy of d3
Third Prize: Trans-scraper 2050: Eco-Colonization / Yuen Fung Cheung, Artur Nitribitt (Hong Kong-Poland). Image Courtesy of d3

Trans-scraper 2050: Eco-Colonization / Yuen Fung Cheung, Artur Nitribitt (Hong Kong-Poland)

Special Mention: Infrastructural Housing 

Special Mention, Infrastructural Housing: ScarCity / Haitham Nabil Mohamed Mousa (Egypt). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Infrastructural Housing: ScarCity / Haitham Nabil Mohamed Mousa (Egypt). Image Courtesy of d3

ScarCity / Haitham Nabil Mohamed Mousa (Egypt)

Special Mention: Landscape Intervention 

Special Mention, Landscape Intervention : Living in the Dunes / Amir Shahrad, Mehdi Panahi (Iran). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Landscape Intervention : Living in the Dunes / Amir Shahrad, Mehdi Panahi (Iran). Image Courtesy of d3

Living in the Dunes / Amir Shahrad, Mehdi Panahi (Iran)

Special Mention: Medium-Density Housing 

Special Mention, Medium-Density Housing: Mutant Housing: Temporal Living Adaptations / César Buquerín de la Iglesia (Spain). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Medium-Density Housing: Mutant Housing: Temporal Living Adaptations / César Buquerín de la Iglesia (Spain). Image Courtesy of d3

Mutant Housing: Temporal Living Adaptations / César Buquerín de la Iglesia (Spain)

Special Mention: Interior Architecture 

Special Mention, Interior Architecture: High_Res / Andrew Isaac Ng, Max Obata, Daniel Kobran (Canada-USA). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Interior Architecture: High_Res / Andrew Isaac Ng, Max Obata, Daniel Kobran (Canada-USA). Image Courtesy of d3

High_Res / Andrew Isaac Ng, Max Obata, Daniel Kobran (Canada-USA)

Special Mention: Modular Housing 

Special Mention, Modular Housing: Cellular Life / Deacon Lee, Seounghoon Lee, Eunjoo Lee, Miyeun Oh, Sungsik Moon (Korea). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Modular Housing: Cellular Life / Deacon Lee, Seounghoon Lee, Eunjoo Lee, Miyeun Oh, Sungsik Moon (Korea). Image Courtesy of d3

Cellular Life / Deacon Lee, Seounghoon Lee, Eunjoo Lee, Miyeun Oh, Sungsik Moon (Korea)

Special Mention: Deployable Housing 

Special Mention, Deployable Housing: Return to Paradise / Emilia Cap, Aleksandra Gorzała, Marta Kapłan (Poland). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Deployable Housing: Return to Paradise / Emilia Cap, Aleksandra Gorzała, Marta Kapłan (Poland). Image Courtesy of d3

Return to Paradise / Emilia Cap, Aleksandra Gorzała, Marta Kapłan (Poland)

Special Mention: Extreme Environment 

Special Mention, Extreme Environment: Fortress Barge: Housing for Tomorrow / Pierre Thach, Long Chuan Zhang (Canada-Denmark). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Extreme Environment: Fortress Barge: Housing for Tomorrow / Pierre Thach, Long Chuan Zhang (Canada-Denmark). Image Courtesy of d3

Fortress Barge: Housing for Tomorrow / Pierre Thach, Long Chuan Zhang (Canada-Denmark)

Special Mention: Sustainable Vernacular 

Special Mention, Sustainable Vernacular: Jakarta: A New Informalism / Eric Jap (Taiwan). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Sustainable Vernacular: Jakarta: A New Informalism / Eric Jap (Taiwan). Image Courtesy of d3

Jakarta: A New Informalism / Eric Jap (Taiwan)

Special Mention: Adaptive Reuse

Special Mention, Adaptive Reuse: Adapted Living: New Housing for New York / Ji Hyun Han, Ju Eui Lee, Hyun Suk Lee (Korea). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Adaptive Reuse: Adapted Living: New Housing for New York / Ji Hyun Han, Ju Eui Lee, Hyun Suk Lee (Korea). Image Courtesy of d3

Adapted Living: New Housing for New York / Ji Hyun Han, Ju Eui Lee, Hyun Suk Lee (Korea)

Special Mention: Urban Intervention 

Special Mention, Urban Intervention: Housing In-Between / Yike Peng and Youyi Wang (China). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Urban Intervention: Housing In-Between / Yike Peng and Youyi Wang (China). Image Courtesy of d3

Housing In-Between / Yike Peng and Youyi Wang (China)

Special Mention: Dystopian Vision 

Special Mention, Dystopian Vision: Rhizome: An Anti-Oedipus Manifesto / Hanis Abd Razak, Qaisy Jaslenda, Muhammad Hazim Azami, Nik Amirul Faiz (Malaysia). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Dystopian Vision: Rhizome: An Anti-Oedipus Manifesto / Hanis Abd Razak, Qaisy Jaslenda, Muhammad Hazim Azami, Nik Amirul Faiz (Malaysia). Image Courtesy of d3

Rhizome: An Anti-Oedipus Manifesto / Hanis Abd Razak, Qaisy Jaslenda, Muhammad Hazim Azami, Nik Amirul Faiz (Malaysia)

Special Mention: New York Award 

Special Mention, New York Award: Eidos / Carlo Bailey, Lorenzo Villaggi (UK-Italy). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, New York Award: Eidos / Carlo Bailey, Lorenzo Villaggi (UK-Italy). Image Courtesy of d3

Eidos / Carlo Bailey, Lorenzo Villaggi (UK-Italy)

Special Mention: Directors’ Choice 

Special Mention, Directors’ Choice: Swarm Housing / Alireza Memarian, Mahsa Dehghani, Kiana Karimi (Iran). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Directors’ Choice: Swarm Housing / Alireza Memarian, Mahsa Dehghani, Kiana Karimi (Iran). Image Courtesy of d3

Swarm HousingAlireza Memarian, Mahsa Dehghani, Kiana Karimi (Iran)

Special Mention: Directors’ Choice 

Special Mention, Directors’ Choice: Architect for 15 Minutes / Christina Karamalli (Cyprus). Image Courtesy of d3
Special Mention, Directors’ Choice: Architect for 15 Minutes / Christina Karamalli (Cyprus). Image Courtesy of d3

Architect for 15 Minutes / Christina Karamalli (Cyprus)

From d3. The d3 Housing Tomorrow competition calls for transformative solutions that advance sustainable thought, building performance, and social interaction through study of intrinsic geometries, social behaviors, urban implications, and programmatic flows. Special emphasis may be placed on housing concepts that investigate dialogues including engagement of socio-economic diversity, change and adaptability over time, public and private spatial connectivity, and temporality of materials. d3 challenges participants to rethink strategies for investigating residential design from macro-to-micro scales ranging from urban—promoting broader physical interconnectivity; communal—exploiting an interaction of units with shared facilities; and internal—examining the interior particularity of the unit, individual, or family in housing design toward promoting identity, ownership, and intimacy.

The Housing Tomorrow 2014 exhibition will be on view in the Atrium Gallery at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture through March 17, 2014

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Cite: Vanessa Quirk. "The Winners of d3 Housing Tomorrow 2014" 28 Feb 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/481640/the-winners-of-d3-housing-tomorrow-2014/> ISSN 0719-8884
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