C2C Home Competition Winners

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The Council of Community Services and the Art Museum of Western Virginia hosted some of the world's top leaders in design, housing and sustainable development on January 14 for the Cradle to Cradle Housing Design and Construction Competition. A team of international jurors reviewed more than 625 submissions.

March 01, 2005

 

 

The Council of Community Services and the Art Museum of Western Virginia hosted some of the world's top leaders in design, housing and sustainable development on January 14 for the Cradle to Cradle Housing Design and Construction Competition. A team of international jurors reviewed more than 625 submissions. Thousands of participants from 41 countries answered the challenge of the future of housing in Roanoke, Va.

Throughout the past eight months, architects, students and university teams have accepted the invitation to design the most innovative and affordable housing solutions possible. The winners are as followed:

Professional category winners include: First place, Matthew Coates and Time Meldrum, Seattle, Wash.; Second place, Patrick Freet, Minneapolis; Third place Russell Ashdown, Leicester, United Kingdom; Fourth place, Douglas Oliver and Vincent Snyder, Houston.

Student category winners include: First place, Sean Wheeler, Powhatan, Va.; Second place, Damien Urain Linnen, Clemson, S.C.; Third place, Jinyong Yum, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Fourth place, Robert Gay, Austin, Texas.

University category: The jury determined that the final pool of University submissions did not achieve the same level of resolution, artistic skill and richness of integration of the Cradle to Cradle conceptual framework as the entries in either the professional or student categories and has decided not to select any of these submissions as award winners.

More than 200 of the best design submissions were on display at the Art Museum of Western Virginia in Roanoke January 14 through — February 13, 2005.

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