JURY 2014
Each year a jury of leaders, academics, practitioners, and thinkers from a wide spectrum of human endeavor are
invited to select the winner of the ONE PRIZE Award. It is an honor and privilege to have them on board and we are
very thankful for their involvement and contribution.
JURY 2012

Christine Quinn, Speaker of the City Council
Christine Quinn first entered politics as Thomas Duane's Chief of Staff, and later became the Executive Director of the
New York City Anti-Violence Project. In 1999 she entered the City Council, and in January 2006 was elected Speaker.
She has consistently been a leader for more comprehensive health care, equal rights for all New Yorkers, rational
rezoning, better tenants' rights. Christine has also been a vocal advocate for the improvement of public education,
expanding computer labs in schools, renovating school playgrounds and buildings, and rehabilitating libraries.  She
has helped New York City to develop an economy of innovation through tax credits and initiatives to support new

Carlo Aiello, Editor-in-Chief,  eVolo Magazine
Carlo Aiello is Editor-in-Chief of eVolo, an architecture and design journal focused on technological advances,
sustainability, and innovative design for the 21st Century. eVolo is widely recognized for the Skyscraper Competition,
which recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine skyscraper design through the use of new technologies, materials,
programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations. Aiello is the author of Skyscraper for the 21st Century and is co-
author of several other widely renowned architecture books in conjunction with his colleagues at eVolo.

Julie Bargmann, Founding Principal,  D.I.R.T. Studio
Julie Bargmann leads projects at the D.I.R.T. studio (Dump It Right There) that explore past and present industrial
operations and urban processes in relationship to ecological systems, cultural constructs and emerging
technologies. Along with receiving the American Academy in Rome Fellowship, Bargmann's work was awarded a
National Design Award by Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Museum. TIME, CNN and Newsweek, along with national and
international design publications have recognized Bargmann as leading the next generation in making a difference for
design and the environment.

David Belt, Founder and Executive Director, Macro Sea
David Belt is the Founder and Executive Director of Macro Sea. He is also the Founder and Managing Partner of DBI, a
firm specializing in real estate development, construction consulting and project management. David serves on the
board of Rooftop Films and St. John's Bread and Life, and the lead investor of Socialvest. Currently, David and Macro
Sea are working on a redevelopment in Philadelphia to create a new home for Brooklyn-based 3rd Ward art collective.
They are also developing Project 128, which will bring interdisciplinary high-tech fabrication and collaboration to a
former shipbuilding facility in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Miquela Craytor, Director of Industrial Initiatives, NYC EDC
Miquela Craytor, formerly the executive director at Sustainable South Bronx, is the City's point person on industrial
policy development and implementation and a liaison between the City government and New York's industrial sector.
Ms. Craytor has over 8 years of urban planning experience and is a nationally-recognized advocate for using
sustainable development to address reinvestment in under-served communities. She also served as the Senior
Planner for Economic Development in the economic arm of the Bronx Borough President's office.

Dan D'Oca, Partner, Interboro Partners
Daniel D'Oca is Principal and co-founder of Interboro Partners, a New York-based architecture, planning, and research
firm that has won numerous awards for its innovative projects, including the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, the
Architectural League's Emerging Voices and Young Architects Awards, and the New Practices Award from the AIA New
York Chapter. His work has been published and exhibited widely, including features in Places, Domus, and
Architecture Magazine, and his work has been shown at places like the MoMA, MoMA PS1, Center for Architecture, the
Storefront for Art and Architecture, and the German Architecture Museum.

Evan Douglis, Dean, RPI School of Architecture
Evan Douglis is the founder of Evan Douglis Studio, an internationally renowned architecture and interdisciplinary
design firm committed to the practice of digital alchemy. Prior to his appointment as Dean of the of the School of
Architecture at RPI, he was the chair of the undergraduate department at Pratt institute, an associate assistant
professor at Columbia University, and a visiting instructor at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at Cooper
Union. His work has been exhibited at the Swiss Architecture Museum, ARCHILAB in Orléans, the MOCA Museum,
Artist Space in New York and the Rotterdam and London Biennales.

Jason Goodman, Co-Founder and Executive Director, 3rd Ward
Jason Goodman is the co-founder of  3rd Ward, a multimedia beehive in East Williamsburg with photo and recording
studios, a wood and metal shop, a room full of iMacs for video artists, and a gallery. After founding 3rd Ward, he
helped launch Build NYC, a design-oriented construction firm that specializes in commercial interiors. Jason is also
the founder of Artists Wanted, which is inspired by the ways in which digital technology can democratize the way artists
network and get discovered.

Robert Hammond, Co-Founder, Friends of the High Line
Robert Hammond is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Friends of the High Line, which works to maintain an
extraordinary public park on the High Line. He has worked as a consultant for a variety of entrepreneurial endeavors
and non-profits, including the Times Square Alliance, Alliance for the Arts and National Cooperative Bank (NCB).
Robert is also a self-taught artist, and from 2002 to 2005 he served as an Ex-Officio Trustee of the Metropolitan
Museum of Art. He was awarded the Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome in 2009.

Andrew Kimball, President and CEO, Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation
Andrew Kimball is the President and CEO of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Corporation. A 300-acre industrial park, the
Brooklyn Navy Yard has become a national model for the creation of urban industrial jobs and cutting edge green
infrastructure including the development of twelve new LEED industrial buildings, the City's first building mounted wind
turbines and nation's first wind-solar street lamps.  Before joining the Navy Yard, Kimball held senior positions with
the City's bid for the 2012 Olympic Games, the New York Public Library,  and the State Urban Development

Leslie Koch, President, The Trust for Governors Island
Before working on Governor's Island, Koch was CEO of the Fund for Public Schools.  A national model for public-
private partnerships to serve education needs, the Fund has secured unprecedented investment from private
business and foundations, raising more than $120 million for system-wide reforms. During her time as president of
The Trust for Governors Island, Governors Island has been transformed from an abandoned military base into a
vibrant public space. The island's nationally recognized park and public space plan has received awards from the
American Institute of Architects and the Municipal Art Society, among others.

Jonathan Marvel, Partner, Rogers Marvel Architects
Jonathan Marvel is the co-founder of Rogers Marvel Architects, an interdisciplinary group whose diversity allows the
construction and development of diverse projects, including sophisticated buildings and structures, long-term
masterplans, parks and urban open spaces, and furniture and products. Jonathan has been teaching design studios
at the GSD and Parsons for the past five years. He's a former Board member of the New York Chapter of the AIA, and
currently serves on the preservation committee of the Municipal Art Society as well as on the streetscape committee for
the New York City Art Commission.

William Moggridge, Director, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
William Moggridge founded his first design firm in 1969, and over the next two decades the practice created innovative
forms for many high-tech products. Moggridge is credited with designing the first laptop computer, the Grid Compass,
in 1980. Later, he partnered with David Kelley Design and Matrix Product Design to found IDEO, now a leading global
design and management consultancy.  Moggridge is the author of Designing Interactions and named one of the 10
Best Innovation and Design Books of the year by Business Week magazine. He was honored with the Lifetime
Achievement Award at Cooper-Hewitt's National Design Awards at the White House in 2009.

Mahadev Raman, Chairman, Americas Arup
Mahadev Raman is a mechanical engineer, current Chairman of America's Arup, and an Arup Group Board Member.
He has provided engineering design leadership for multi-disciplinary teams on a wide variety of projects worldwide for
the past three decades. He has particular expertise in the design of sustainable, high performance and energy
efficient buildings and has pioneered the use of sophisticated analytical techniques to improve the performance of low-
energy designs.

JURY 2011

Kate Ascher, Principal, Happold Consulting
Kate Ascher is a Principal at Happold Consulting in New York. She was Director of Development at Vornado Realty
Trust before joining the Wagner School at NYU. She has also worked as Executive Vice-President for Infrastructure at
the Economic Development Corporation, a non-profit corporation serving New York City. In that capacity, she oversaw
city policy with respect to a variety of areas including energy and telecommunications policy, and marine and air
transportation. She is the author of books and articles on a variety of public policy subjects, and recently published The
Works, an illustrated guide to New York City's infrastructure.

Adrian Benepe, Commissioner, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation
Adrian Benepe has worked for nearly 30 years protecting and enhancing New York City's natural and historic beauty.
He has continued this effort as Commissioner of the Department of Parks & Recreation, appointed by Mayor Michael
R. Bloomberg on January 25, 2002. In this role he has focused on improving park facilities and programs for children,
developing new waterfront parks and greenways, and making New York City bloom with millions of new flowers and
hundred of gardens.

Amanda Burden, FAICP, Chair, New York City Planning Commission
Amanda Burden, FAICP, is Chair of the New York City Planning Commission and Director of the Department of City
Planning. Since her appointment by Mayor Bloomberg in 2002, she has spearheaded the largest planning effort in the
city since 1961, setting the stage for sustainable development, reclaiming New York's waterfront, designing new
parkland and public spaces such as the High Line, and promoting great architecture and urban design in all five

Wellington Chen, Executive Director, Chinatown Partnership LDC
Wellington Chen is a highly respected public servant and long-time community advocate, urban planner, and urban
affairs specialist. As well as being executive director of the Chinatown Partnership, he is a senior consultant / advisor
of the Planning Advocacy Group. For the past decade, Mr. Chen (a long-time Flushing resident) has been deeply
involved in numerous community projects, including the downtown Flushing revitalization plan. Mr. Chen also
cofounded Tri Plus Construction Corporation in 1989, a company dedicated to creating affordable housing in New
York City.

Michael Colgrove, Director of Energy Program, NYSERDA NYC Office
As Director of Energy Programs, Michael Colgrove's goal is to develop innovative solutions to today's energy and
environmental problems. His primary responsibility is to ensure that NYSERDA's energy programs are effectively
meeting the needs of NYC and Westchester residents and businesses, focusing on programs that address the
residential, multifamily, commercial, and industrial sectors while providing various incentives to encourage the use of
energy efficient equipment and systems. Previously he has worked as a project manager and leader at the
Association for Energy Affordability as well as a professor at New York City Technical College.

James Corner, Principal, James Corner Field Operations
James Corner is a registered landscape architect and urban designer, and founder and director of James Corner
Field Operations, where he oversees the production of all design projects in the office. He is also chair and professor
of Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Design. His work has been recognized with the
Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award, the NYC Arts Commission Award for Excellence in Design; the
American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award; and other prestigious awards. He serves on the Board of
the Forum for Urban Design.

Helena Durst, Vice President, The Durst Organization Inc.
Helena Durst is a vice president and fourth-generation family member of The Durst Organization. She joined the
leasing department after studying real estate at Baruch College. At The Durst Organization, Ms. Durst instituted a
comprehensive greening of the company's building management operations, improving landfill diversion rates, green
cleaning practices, and resource conservation. She has participated in the construction and management of several
projects from the ground up, including The Epic, The Helena, and One Bryant Park.

David Gouverneur, Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, UPenn
David Gouverneur is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at University of Pennsylvania. He was Chair of
the School of Architecture at Universidad Simón Bolívar and Director of Urban Development of Venezuela, as well as
professor and cofounder of the Urban Design program and Director of the Mayor's Institute in Urban Design at
Universidad Metropolitana, in Caracas, Venezuela. His professional practice focuses on urban plans and projects for
historic districts, rehabilitation of areas affected by extraordinary natural events, new centralities and mixed use
districts, improvement of informal settlements, and tourism/recreational areas.

Matthias Hollwich, Co-founder, Architizer and HWKN
Matthias Hollwich is the cofounder of Architizer, an open community for architects to interact, show their work, and find
clients. Before cofounding HWKN, Mr. Hollwich worked at OMA in Rotterdam, Eisenman Architects, and Diller+Scofidio
in New York City. He is currently a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has been the creator of
an international conference on aging and architecture: New Aging. In 2004, Mr. Hollwich finished editing his first book
with Rainer Weisbach at the Bauhaus: UmBauhaus – Updating Modernism. His work has been featured in
Wallpaper*, New York Times, Bauwelt, Dwell, and Architectural Digest.

Bjarke Ingels, Founding Partner, BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group
Bjarke Ingels has created an international reputation as a member of a new generation of architects that combine
shrewd analysis, playful experimentation, social responsibility, and humor. Mr. Ingels started BIG in 2005 after
cofounding PLOT Architects in 2001 and working at OMA in Rotterdam.  In 2004 he was awarded the Golden Lion at
the Venice Biennale for the Stavanger Concert House, and the following year he received the Forum AID Award for the
VM Houses. Furthermore, Mr. Ingels was rated as one of the 100 most creative people in business by New York-
based Fast Company magazine. He has recently launched his New York career at his new office in Chelsea.

Roland Lewis, President and CEO, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance
A lifetime New Yorker, Roland Lewis has worked in the field of community development since 1984. In the spring of
2007, Roland took the helm of the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making
the New York and New Jersey harbor and waterways accessible, healthy, and vibrant. Under his leadership, the MWA
has organized a growing consistency for a better waterfront, instituted new programs to provide water access, and
become the leading waterfront policy organization in the New York region.

Victoria Marshall, Director of Urban Design, Parsons the New School for Design
Victoria Marshall is the director of the BS Urban Design Program and a practicing landscape architect. She is the
founder of TILL, a Newark based landscape architecture and urban design office which offers design services that
transform contemporary landscapes. Her scholarly focus linking design, drawing, and science is part of the Baltimore
Ecosystem Study Urban Design Working Group, a Long Term Ecological Research project sponsored by the National
Science Foundation. Ms. Marshall was also the winner of the East River Competition organized by the Van Alen
Institute in 1998.

Roberta Weisbrod, Ph.D., Principal, Sustainable Ports
Dr. Roberta Weisbrod of Sustainable Ports works on maritime transportation and waterfront development. As chair of
the Transportation Research Board's Ferry Committee, she plays a vital role in setting a national research agenda.
She chairs the Working Harbor Committee which informs the public about the working harbor's value. For the
international ferry association, Interferry, Dr. Weisbrod coordinates the project for ferry safety in developing nations.
She has worked with the NYS environmental department on protecting downstate waterways and with the NYC
economic development corporation on developing ports and marine transportation.

JURY 2010

Adrian Benepe, Commissioner, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation
Adrian Benepe has worked for nearly 30 years protecting and enhancing New York City's natural and historic beauty.
He has continued this effort as Commissioner of the Department of Parks & Recreation, appointed by Mayor Michael
R. Bloomberg on January 25, 2002. In this role he has focused on improving park facilities and programs for children,
developing new waterfront parks and greenways, and making New York City bloom with millions of new flowers and
hundred of gardens.

Carol Coletta
Carol Coletta is president and CEO of CEOs for Cities and host and producer of the nationally syndicated public radio
show Smart City. Previously, she served as president of Coletta & Company in Memphis. In addition, she served as
executive director of the Mayors Institute on City Design, a partnership of the National Endowment for the Arts, U.S.
Conference of Mayors and American Architectural Foundation.

Margaret Crawford, Ph.D.
Margaret Crawford is a Professor of Architecture at the College of Environmental Design at University of California,
Berkeley. Before coming to Berkeley, Crawford was Professor of Urban Design and Planning Theory at the Harvard
Graduate School of Design. Her research focuses on the evolution, uses and meanings of urban space. She is the
author of The Car and the City: The Automobile, the Built Environment and Daily Urban Life and Everyday Urbanism.

Bruce Lindsey
Bruce Lindsey is the Dean of the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design at
Washington University in St. Louis. Lindsey's research has long focused on applying digital tools to design and
construction practice. His book Digital Gehry: Material Resistance Digital Construction (2001), explores the use of
technology in the design process of architect Frank Gehry. In 2005 he received the AIA's National Teaching Honor
Award for his work in beginning design at Auburn.

DJ Spooky, AKA Paul D. Miller
DJ Spooky is a Washington DC-born electronic and experimental hip-hop musician, producer, and author. He is also
a Professor of Music Mediated Art, European Graduate School, Switzerland. DJ Spooky's multimedia performance
piece Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica was commissioned by BAM for the 2009 Next Wave Festival. With video
projections and a score composed by DJ Spooky, Sinfornia Antarctica is a portrait of a rapidly transforming continent.

William J. Mitchell
William Mitchell is a Professor of Architecture and Media Arts and Sciences at MIT and directs the Media Lab's Smart
Cities research group. He was formerly Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning and Head of the Program in
Media Arts and Sciences, both at MIT. The Smart Cities research group is creating innovative ways to change how we
live in urban areas through, in part, the application of new technologies that enable urban energy efficiency and
sustainability, and enhance opportunity, equity, and cultural creativity.

Annie Novak
Annie Novak is founder and director of Growing Chefs, field-to-fork food education program; the children's gardening
program coordinator for the New York Botanical Gardens, and co-founder and farmer of Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in
Greenpoint, Brooklyn in partnership with Goode Green and Broadway Stages. She has appeared (talking about plants
and food, of course) in New York Magazine, the Today Show, Edible Brooklyn and the Martha Stewart Show. She has
farmed in nine countries and four boroughs.

Shaun Osher
Shaun Osher is the Founder and CEO of CORE, a New York City real estate firm offering a comprehensive array of
residential and commercial services. His expert opinion is frequently sought by top consumer and trade publications,
including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Crain's. Shaun has lectured at Columbia and
NYU, and participated on innumerable panels. He sits on the Real Estate Board of New York's (REBNY) Residential
Board of Directors.

Margie Ruddick
Margie Ruddick has been recognized for work that integrates great landscape design with ecology. Margie's design for
New York's Queens Plaza has won awards for forging a new idea of nature in the city. She has taught at Harvard's
GSD, Yale, University of Penn, and Parsons. Her awards include the Waterfront Centre Award, Places Design Award,
the Lewis Mumford Award from Architects Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility and the 2006 Rachel
Carson Women in Conservation Award from the National Audubon Society.

Ben Schwegler, Ph.D.
Benedict R. Schwegler, Jr., Ph.D. is Vice President and Chief Scientist of Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI) Research &
Development, where he created and manages the Simulation-based Design Group. He is particularly interested in the
development of sustainable engineering techniques. He was instrumental in the creation of the most energy efficient
theme park ever built as well as a new generation of environmentally friendly fireworks.

Cameron Sinclair + Kate Stohr
Sinclair and Architecture for Humanity co-founder Kate Stohr have compiled a compendium on socially conscious
design titled "Design Like You Give A Damn: Architectural Responses to Humanitarian Crises". Sinclair is the recipient
of numerous awards including the 2006 TED prize and the 2005 RISD/Target Emerging Designer of the Year. Along
with co-founder Kate Stohr, was awarded the Wired Magazine 2006 Rave Award for Architecture for their work in
responding to housing needs following Hurricane Katrina.
Stan Allen
Principal, SAA, Professor and Former Dean, Princeton University School of Architecture
Michael Arad
Partner, Handel Architects
Dan Barasch
Co-Founder, The Low Line
Christopher Beardsley
Executive Director, Forum for Urban Design and
Partner, RUX
Adrian Benepe
Senior Vice President and Director of City Park Development at Trust for Public Land,
Former Commissioner, NYC Parks and Recreation
Jennifer Bolstad
Founding Principal, Local Office Landscape Architecture
Louise Harpman
Founding Partner, Specht Harpman and Associate Professor of Practice, NYU
Christian Hubert
Principal, Christian Hubert Studio and Chair, Terreform ONE Board of Directors
Kaja Kűhl
Founder, You Are The City and Associate Adjunct Professor, Columbia GSAPP
Walter Meyer
Founding Principal, Local Office Landscape Architecture and Associate Adjunct
Professor, Columbia GSAPP
James Ramsey
Principal, RAAD Studios and Co-Founder, The Low Line
Marry Rowe
Vice President and Managing Director, Municipal Art Society
David Selig
Community Activist and Owner, Rockaway Taco
Alex Washburn
Chief Urban Designer, New York City Department of City Planning
Peter Yeadon
Founding Partner, Decker Yeadon and Associate Professor, RISD
Rick Bell
Executive Director, AIANYC
JURY 2013
ONE PRIZE is an Annual Design and Science Award to Promote Green Design in Cities.
Organized by:
I   2010   I    2011   I    2012   I   2013   I   2014   I    WINNERS   I
Diana Agrest
Professor, The Cooper Union
Luis Berríos-Negrón
Founder, Parmodular and The Anxious Prop and Visiting Lecturer, School of
Architecture of the Münster University for Applied Science
Anya Bokov
Architect and Adjunct Professor, Moscow Architectural Institute
Matthias Böttger
Co-Founder, Raumtaktik
Jean-Louis Cohen
Sheldon H. Solow Professor in the History of Architecture, Institute of Fine Arts, New
York University
Scott Demel
Director of Operations, Marvel Architects
John Hockenberry
Host, WNYC's The Takeaway program
David Ruy
Co-Director, Ruy Klein
Mark Shepard
Architect and Professor, University at Buffalo
Michael Szivos
Founder, SOFTLab and Visiting Professor, Pratt Institute's Graduate School of
Jack Tchen
Associate Professor, New York University Gallatin
Billie Tsien
Co-Founder, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
Adrian Welch
Director, e-architect
Robyn Shapiro
Director of Community, The Lowline
Karen Wong
Deputy Director, The New Museum
Talia Dorsey
Principal, The Commons Inc
Mitch McEwen
Principal, McEwen Studio and Partner, A(n) Office
Christian Hubert
Chair of the jury
Principal, Christian Hubert Studio and Chair, Terreform ONE Board of Directors
David Bergman
Principal, David Bergman Architect and Professor, Parsons School of Design