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AARP/AIAS Livable Communities Phase 2 Student Design Competition Winners

The AIAS and the AARP are proud to announce the winners of the 2011 Livable Communities Phase 2: Building Student Design Competition. Students were asked to use the features present in the community master plans submitted to last year’s AARP competition, to further investigate the designs for ways to improve on and grow the ideas of the livable community. The AARP and the AIAS were looking for attractive, flexible and user-friendly housing designs that utilize the basic ideas of sustainability, accessibility, livability and visitability.

  • First Place
    Connected Living
    Andrew Hazen-Hamilton, Songchai Asawaprecha, Jooseung Lee, and Jourdona LaFate
    University of Florida
     
     
  • Second Place
    Threading Communities
    Yuxiang Luo and Zinuo Wang
    Syracuse University

  • Third Place
    ROOTS: mixed use urban development Chicago
    Laura Crane
    School of the Arts Institute Chicago 

  • Honorable Mention
    Plug-In Community
    Brendan Corcoran and Robert Fisher
    University of Kentucky

  • Honorable Mention
    Living in the Loop
    Anthony Maiolatesi (Syracuse University) and Sandra Schwartz (University of Pennsylvania)

  • Honorable Mention
    Active Communities
    Roongroj Thurnamppetch
    University of California at Berkeley

View the winning submissions here: http://aarp.aias.org/phase-two/winners/

 

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