AIA Announces 2023 Winners of COTE Student Competition
Washington, DC, August 28, 2023-The American Institute of Architects’ Committee on the Environment (AIA COTE), in partnership with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 AIA COTE Top Ten for Students Competition.
The competition recognizes ten exceptional studio projects that integrate creative and innovative design strategies. These projects are designed to achieve carbon-neutral operations through daylighting, passive heating and cooling systems, sustainable materials, water conservation, energy generation, and other sustainable systems.
Award recipients for this year’s COTE Top Ten for Students Competition are
TIMBR | Timber Integrative Means + Biophilic Resilience-students: Marcus Puste, Farah Ossaimee & Dolin Diaz; faculty: Kristin Nelson & James Leach, University of Detroit Mercy
Watershed-students: Eric Luth & Andrew Baltimore, faculty: Gundula Proksch & Christopher Meek, University of Washington
The Craft, The Tradition, The Celebration of Culture-students: Angela Kraus & Olivia Wideman; faculty: Ulrike Heine, David Franco & George Schafer, Clemson University
Relinquetur Research Center-student: Gabriel Cachapuz Velasco; faculty: Alice Guess
Savannah College of Art and Design-Green Lighthouse, student: YunIn Jeung; faculty: Kevin Singh, Louisiana Tech University
Hunting Island State Park Center for Oceanography-student: Joanna Frauca; faculty: Michael Hill, Savannah College of Art and Design
Wiingaashk: A Cultural and Ecological Path to Healing-student: Isabelle Cassidy; faculty: Patricia Andrasik, Catholic University of America
Restoring a Haven-students: William Scott & Connor Smith; faculty: Ulrike Heine, David Franco & George Schafer, Clemson University
Southern Bastion - Protecting the Marshes-student: Denzyl Ye Teo Denzyl Gineva Zhang; faculty: Alice Guess, Savannah College of Art and Design
Above the Marsh-students: Lucas Schindler & Mia Walker; faculty: Ulrike Heine, David Franco & George Schafer, Clemson University
The competition jury included: Rahman Azari, Pennsylvania State University; Nithyashree Balachandar Iyer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Jill Kurtz, Page; Sarah Mathews, Jacobs and Julie Ju-Youn Kim, Georgia Institute of Technology.
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