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Re:Vision Dallas Competition: The Latest Architecture and News

reVision Dallas / Entangled Bank

The Re: Vision Dallas competition named three winners, two of which we previously featured on AD (DB + P and Atelier Data + Moov). The third winner is Little, a studio based in North Carolina, with their Entangled Bank proposal. “Entangled Bank combines heavy duty technological prowess with artistic integration of systems. The building is designed as a holistic, integrated design…The Entangled Bank entry materials was incredibly impressive… Each unit type was designed, completed with suggested sale price and amount of energy consumption. A wide array of green collar job programs were provided that work with the design of the building to engage residents and educate visitors. All of the jurors were struck by the thorough and joyous submission of Entangled Bank,” explained juror Eric Corey Freed.

More about the project (including a great video) after the break.

re:Vision Dallas / DB + P and Fletcher Studio

The Re:Vision Dallas competition attracted hundreds of entries from the world’s top architecture firms from twenty six countries. ”The quality of the thought and effort of the design teams is astounding. It was very clear that a lot of people had put their hearts and souls into this competition,” said CDC Executive Director John Greenan. The latest proposal shared with us comes from DB +P/Fletcher Studio entitled XERO Project. This winning proposal, along with the other two winning proposals (Little and Atelier Data + MOOV previously featured on AD) has the opportunity to be selected for construction by the competition’s development partners.

More about the XERO Project after the break.

re:Vision Dallas / Honorable Mention for PIKL´s Commonwealth

We have been featuring several Re:Vision Dallas entries because the competition has attracted forward thinking designers with solutions we’d like to share. The newest submission from PIKL Studio won an honorable mention for their proposal Commonwealth. PIKL Studio’s proposal envisions the urban block as gradually moving toward becoming a natural community built on effective relationships and connections.

More images, diagrams and information about Commonwealth after the break.

Forwarding Dallas / Atelier Data + MOOV

Three winning proposals for the Re:Vision Dallas competition have recently been announced and include Atelier Data + MOOV‘s Forwarding Dallas prototype for sustainable urban living. The proposal transforms components that make up a city block in an effort to shape how people will live and work in the future.

More images and further project description after the break.