Entries will be on display in the Development Services Lobby at Henderson City Hall through the end of June.
Ryan & Yanina Allord
RAD Studio, Las Vegas, NV, USA
Entire problem is addressed, not just a single house, street, or alley.
The idea is comprehensive
Shares big ideas with planning, density, and flexibility.
Dwelling and co-living spaces are appreciated.
Thoughtfully presented solutions for private and public space.
Di Wu, Xueshan Bai, Hongnan Yin, Kefeng Lin, Wei Wang, Jiabi Gu
The Architectural Design and Research Institute of HIT, CYY, Harbin, China
The solution addresses the overall site by creating a variety of housing sites.
Diagramically addresses architectural solutions to different building types.
The pedestrian aspects of the design are thought through very well.
Joseph Laster and Sanna Alm
Etyd Studio, Stockholm, Sweden
Good concept of using a wall as a unifying architonic element.
Tension is felt with the concept of a wall separating private and public space, but the use of openings within the wall are intriguing.
Application of design seems very specific to certain site and planning problems as well as locations.
Ken Nukui, JooHyun Park, Elim Ng, and Priscila Izoldi Nogueira
Group 70 International, Honolulu, HI, USA
Design of specific house and modular planning system are well done. It offers an exciting approach to creating form.
The level of detail of plans and renderings for specific home are appreciated.
Overall entry doesn't address specific site conditions.
Brandon Maldonado, Glen Curry, Wayny Le, and Arely Lopez
Bloc9 Architecture Las Vegas, NV, USA
Entry's assessment of entire town site is intriguing.
Project seems realistic in its approach.
Planning ideas for the architecture give it strength, but it lacks specific detail for the resulting architecture.