May 26, 2009
Luana gardens design competition
Last week saw the close of the exhibition of the Luana Gardens Competition, held in Kingston, Jamaica. Of the 17 International entries, a dozen compliant boards were exhibited, in the courtyard of the HAJ building including the first, second and third place entries.
first place - Collaboration of Kingston 10 and Clifton Yap Architects -
second place - Interplan Planning Consultants
third place - Marvin Goodman
The details of the Luana Gardens Competition was to propose a comprehensive master plan for a site in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica focussed on the provision of 850 housing units, open spaces, infrastructure, and the inclusion of a number of municipal buildings (schools, post-office, police station, etc). Teams equally had to consider social solutions as well as ecological ones from passive cooling, site drainage and energy collection/preservation.
Posted by mad architect at 9:26 AM
Labels: caribbean, competitions, housing
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Is that you in the black blazer?From the angle I can't tell.
Jamaica is a beautiful place and if you like bob Marley, he's is a national treasure there.
Interplan Planning Consultants was actually 2nd place.
"Interplan Planning Consultants was actually 2nd place." and to think they beat Marvin Goodman. Interplan is not really an architecture firm.
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