The first place recipient was “Project Via Aequalitas” created by Eric Liebmann, AIA, Tim Bertschinger, Megan Shiley, Alex Taylor, and Tom Zych, all of WDG Architecture in Washington, DC. Honorary mentions were presented to “Warp & Weft: Constructing Tokyo’s Olympic Selvedge Project” by a team from Eskew + Dumez + Ripple in New Orleans and “Urban Village Project” by Meagan Stables of KGD Architecture in Rosslyn, VA. The TOTO Prize for the Best Universally Designed Bathroom was awarded to “Tokyo Trusswork” by a team from AUS in Forli, Italy. Read the full press release in AIArchitect.
TOTO Corporation served as sponsor for the competition. The Jury was composed of Michael Graves, FAIA, of Michael Graves & Associates; Hansy L. Better Barraza AIA, of the Rhode Island School of Design; Karen L. Braitmayer, FAIA, of Studio Pacifica, Ltd.; and Walter J. Hood, Jr., of Hood Design.