Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: Edge Hill Halls

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 competition in a series of posts. Edge Hill Halls was the overall winner of the 2010 Integrated Habitats Design Competition. Designed by Maria-Cristina Banceanu, the...

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: Matripolis

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 competition in a series of posts. Matripolis, which won the runner up prize, is a designed community for 500 people created by Paul Jones and...

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: The Seed Catalogue

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 competition in a series of posts. The Seed Catalogue, by the team of Susannah Hagan, Silvio Caputo and Mark Gaterell, won the "Highly Commended" award....

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: City Park

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 competition in a series of posts. The goal of City Park, a seven-unit residential building is to "show how buildings should be adapted...

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: Overflow Carpark

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 competition in a series of posts. The Overflow Carpark designers asks a very important question: "While it may prove impossible to eliminate the...

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Integrated Habitats Design Competition 2010:: National Wildflower Centre

As the 2011 Integrated Habitats Design Competition is getting launched, I’m looking at the winning entries from the 2010 in a series of posts. The National Wildflower Centre design is collaborative project between architects and engineers making use of the elements of...

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