ONE PRIZE is an Annual Design and Science Award to Promote Green Design in Cities.
Organized by:
Q&A
MADE IN LOWER EAST SIDE (MiLES) – Co-Founders: Sarah Fathallah, Matthew Goble, Eric Ho, Rick Lam,
Matthew Rouser, Chloe Tseung; Founding Partners:
Architecture Commons, CityAPI, Fourth Arts Block, OpenIDEO;
Advisors: Tamara Greenfield, Ashley Jablow; Special Thanks to: Kristina Drury of
TYTHEdesign.
URBAN FOOD SOURCE – Christine Nasir, Dolores
O’Connor, Courtney Hunt and Amy Maresko. This
competition entry was produced as a part of the C-BIP Studio
at Columbia University GSAPP, Spring 2012. Special thanks
to our classmates for collaboration in sustainable building
element design: Collin Anderson, Justin Fabrikant, Christopher
Geist, Ayesha Husain, Michael Marsh, Mary McConnell,
BumHee Lee, Anh Minh Ngo, Mia Zinni.
RE-PLACE -- design/buildLAB at Virginia Tech School of
Architecture and Design, led by Keith and Marie Zawistowski
and their students Anne Agan, Chris Drudick, Jacob Geffert,
Rachel Gresham, Shannon Hughes, Elizabeth Madden, Ryan
McCloskey, Brett Miller, Elizabeth Roop, Erin Sanchez, Sara
Woolf, Emily Angell, Zachary Britton, Chris Cromer, German
Delgadillo, Cody Ellis, Andrew McLaughlin, Megumi Ezure,
Kyle Lee, Leo Naegele, Ian Shelton, Brent Sikora, Samantha
Stephenson, Taylor Terrill, Tyler Atkins, Lauren Duda, Huy
Duong, Derek Ellison, Katherine Harpst, Margaret Nelson,
Leah Schaffer, Emarie Skelton, and Samantha Yeh.
URBAN TRANSFER – Justin Hui, a B.Arch graduate
from Cornell University's Department of Architecture, is
currently working at Kennedy and Violich Architecture in
Boston.
Parallel Networks
Ali Fard amd Ghazal Jafari, Canada
THREE HONORABLE MENTIONS
Walk On Water (W.O.W.) NYC
RUX Design LLC, USA
Russell Greenberg, Christopher Beardsley, and Joseph Corsi
Enhancement of Estuary and Ecological
System
Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design, USA
Arnold Wu, Kevin Bone, Paul Deppe, Joe Levine, Sunnie
Joh, Raye Levine, Al Appleton, and Zulaikha Ayub
Network Urbanism
JDKP, USA
Jeffrey Troutman, Dustin Buck, Kendall Goodman, and Paul
McBride
Team 1019
Nilsson Thuring Architects (NTA), Sweden
Magnus Nilsson, Henrik Thuring
Team 1047
Handel Architects with Rachel Kangas and Abbe Futterman,
USA
Michael Arad, Rachel Kangas, Abbe Futterman, Cristobal
Canas, Amanda Sachs
Team 1048
Thread Collective and TheGreenest.Net, USA
Gita Nandan, Elliott Maltby, Mark Mancuso and Derek Denckla
Team 1052
University of Toronto, Canada
Drew Adams, Fadi Masoud, Karen May, Denise C. Pinto,
Jameson Skaife
Team 1103
AGENCY architecture LLC, USA
Ersela Kripa, Stephen Mueller
FOUR HONORABLE MENTIONS
Team 1029
Reclaiming, USA
Erik Hancock
WINNERS
WINNER
THREE HONORABLE MENTIONS
The competition drew 115 teams and 655 team members from more that 20 countries and five continents.This year's
jury was chaired by the Speaker of New York City Council, Christine Quinn.
2011 was intended to help define the E3NYC and the Blue Network venues. The Clean Tech World Expo E3NYC is
expecting to host 10 million visitors from 5/1/2014 to 10/31/2014. Planning Commission Chair Amanda Burden
said: Water is so important that we need to think of it as the sixth borough.
2010 called upon architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners, engineers, scientists, artists,
students and insividuals of all backgrounds. The jury chair was Adrian Benepe, Commissioner, NYC
Department of Parks and Recreation
TWO WINNERS
WINNER
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DYNAMIC CAPACITIES Kenya Endo
Tokyo, Japan.
Harvesting sediments to create a protective wetland around the coast of the Tone River in Tokyo. The project
establishes a variety of interventions according to flooding levels. Apply 'intercept' to areas that could harvest sediments,
'purify' to areas that need cleaner water and 'store', where water can become a part of the urban fabric.
The competition drew 168 teams and 310 team members from more than 15 countries and five continents.

Here are the winners!
ONE PRIZE WINNER
$5000 Prize
SECOND PLACE
$1000 Prize
PERIPHERAL MULTIPLICITY – Katherine Rodgers
United States.
Creating  coastal protection that strengthens the identity of Gateway National Park System, using forts along the
coastline, creating a rich shoreline that protects inland developments. With many types of edges, going from the urban
front to the water, the coastline is reshaped to withstand storms.
BARRIER STATEN ISLANDCricket Day
United States.
Create a 7.5 mile artificial island to avoid surge from coming into Staten Island. The new island will have protective
wetlands, salt marshes and facilities for water related activities. A coastal defense made of various trails that end up in
knuckle programs resilient to coastal storms.
SECOND PLACE
$1000 Prize
SECOND PLACE
$1000 Prize
KOGAMI – Ben Devereau
Padang, Sumatra.
Construct a wamr water coral reef using old shipping containers, to reduce the wave power and redirect the storm
surge. Using a layered strategy, going from water development to artificial mangrove woods, and then to an emergency
relief center, the project tackles the before, during and after emergency stages for tsunamis.