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This year's design competition explores the concept of re-purposing existing facilities and properties throughout the state to meet essential infrastructure needs in Florida's communities. The competition focuses on two different tracks - one for emerging professionals in Florida and a second for third-year or higher design studio programs within the schools of architecture.
Cash prizes of $1,500.00, $1,250.00, and $1,000.00 will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place EP track winners. Additionally, each school of architecture that submits an entry will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship award.
For details about the competition or to enter, CLICK HERE.
With the goal to re-define the notion of the ?Florida House? for the 21st century, the Florida Foundation for Architecture embarked on a design competition program to explore the concept of integrating affordability and sustainability in the design of single family infill housing for neighborhoods and communities throughout Florida.
1st Place - Eric Holtgard, Assoc. AIA ? University of South Florida
2nd Place - Christian MacCarroll, Assoc. AIA ? HKS
3rd Place - Kim Headland, AIA; Eric Rice, AIA; Eric Gebo, Assoc. AIA; John Thompson, AIA ? Wilder Architecture
The Florida Foundation for Architecture partnered with AIA Orlando?s Academy of Architecture for Health to sponsor the 2010 design competition for AIA Florida emerging professionals. The Competition aimed at fostering research associated with the design of clinical facilities to serve the medical, dental, and behavioral needs of homeless populations in communities throughout the state of Florida.
1st Place - Thomas Wannen, AIA
2nd Place - Kim Headland, AIA
Honorable Mention - Christian MacCarroll, Assoc. AIA
Honorable Mention - Lance Moore (Student)
To see previous competitions and winners, visit the EP Designs page.