Columbus Re - Wired: Visions for Intersections

Son Başvuru Tarihi: 17 Ağustos 2007
Teslim Tarihi: 31 Ağustos 2007
Web Sitesi: columbusrewired.org/_do...
Yarışma Sonuçları1st Place Interboro, Brooklyn / NY, Professional

2nd Place Yufan Cheung, University of Kentucky, College of Design

3rd Place Acock + Associates, Columbus, OH,  Professional

Honorable Mention Pierre Bélanger, Ed Zec, Behnaz Assadi, Toronto, ONYarışma Bilgileri“Columbus Re-Wired” is an ideas competition seeking a wide array of creative design proposals in the realm of urban design and architecture in order to initiate a dialogue about the current and future state of Columbus’ public transportation network in the context of its overall infrastructure.

The competitors are being asked to think critically and respond to general conditions and potentials vis-à-vis a speculative reading of 1) Columbus’ transportation and infrastructural “networks” (board one) and then; 2) act on that speculation using one of three sites (board two.)

1.0 Provide a Regional Planning Context Analysis and Proposal
Competitors should analyze the development context of Columbus at the scales of the region, the city, and the neighborhoods. As part of the “contextual analysis and planning proposal,” teams may wish to offer overall recommendations for the planning, development, and design of the greater context in order to support a preferred scenario for the assigned development site. The intent of the analysis and proposal component is to encourage broad, powerful and transformative ideas at the scale of a large urban network.

2.0 Select and Study One (1) Prototype Site
Three prototypical sites are offered by the planning committee based upon typologies of place. The sites may be considered at the scale of a major infrastructural intervention (a large transit oriented development) or of a single infrastructural element (pickup/drop-off site), as noted below. While there are numerous potential programmatic elements that may be considered for these proposed sites, it is not the intent of the organizers of this competition to prescribe a specific program in detail; rather, it is to suggest a possible mix of uses consistent with the character of each site, its scale and available services. This programmatic flexibility affords the process a variety of transit oriented development proposals. The selected sites are as follows:

Prototype Site 1 - The Nexus: Downtown Urban Multimodal
All applicable modes of transit infrastructure converge in a high-density central business district.

Prototype Site 2 The Urban Destination: Hybrid Urban Center
Four or more possible modes of transit infrastructure converge in a destination district within medium to high-density neighborhoods.

Prototype Site 3 The End Connector: Suburban Neighborhood Interface
Four or fewer possible modes of transit infrastructure converge in a location that serves primarily low to moderate density residential districts.

Friday, August 17 2007: Registration Deadline.
Friday, August 31 2007: Submission Deadline. Entries must be received by 4:30pm to be juried.
Thursday, September 06 2007: Jury Deliberations.
Friday, September 07 2007: Public Announcement of Awards and Public Reception.

Borja Ferrater - Partner, Carlos Ferrater Architect / Barcelona, ES
Robert Livesey, FAIA - Professor, Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University / Columbus OH
Bart Overly (Jury Advisor) - Blostein/Overly Architects / Columbus OH
Mark Robbins - Dean, Syracuse University School of Architecture / Syracuse NY
Ashley Schafer - Associate Professor, Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University / Columbus OH
Jerome Unterreiner - Associate Partner, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects / Portland OR
Marilee Utter - President, Citiventure Associates / Denver CO
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