Winners of international Re-Growth House Competition announced.
May 14th, 2009
Sparked by the desire to help the residents of Kinglake who lost their homes in the ferocious bushfires three months ago, this competition critiqued designs for a new family house to contribute to the re-building process of this devastated district.
This competition aimed to not only establish a dialogue within the design community but generate a new vantage point on the life of those in Bushfire prone areas.
First prize was awarded to the project ‘Tanked,’ by Tom Morgan of Sharkmouse.
The calibre of the work was so high that judges decided to award equal second place to ‘Re-Growth House’ by Umberto Emoli of Emoli Petroschka Architects, and the untitled work of Shane Plazibat of plazibat+jemmott architects.
Third place was given to ‘Outpost 2.0’ by Traian Cimpeanu.
InDesign Magazine also offered a bonus prize that was judged by editorial director, Paul McGillick. Gasparovics Attila, Arkt Architecture Studio, Hungary, wins a 2 year subscription to Indesign Magazine for the entry ‘First Aid’.
Congratulations to all the winners.
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