December 2012 - FIRST PRIZE
ZAC Gare Ardoines: How to deal with the conditions you do not control? A benefit of the current crisis is that it clearly reveals how the nature of urban planning is radically changing. In the current economic and political context, a powerful leverage is lacking: top down solutions will proof to fail.
Regeneration of Les Portes de Collserola. “Follow the Yellow Brick Road”
June - September 2011, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
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June 2009, Liège, Belgium
Imagine what it would be like to find a new room in the house where you had been living your entire life… Imagine the possibilities.
April 2009, Madrid, Spain
We create a strategy of colonization, rather than a plan.
May 2006, Oct 2007, Reykjavik, Iceland - FINALIST
Reykjavik has the exclusive opportunity to reinvent its city centre. It could not only rejuvenate itself but also give a preview of how a European City of the 21st Century could function. The relocation of its city airport unveils an incredible potential: a large amount of area is freed up right in the heart of the city.
June 2007, Leinelä, Vantaa, Finland
The future development of Greater Helsinki will balance the current centrifugal forces of Helsinki in the Region, by expanding the activity centres outside Ring Road III. Leinelä is adjacent to this and has the potential to be a distinctive and pleasant area for residents and workers.
May 2007, Helsinki, Finland
Greater Helsinki Landscape Park is a contemporary economic, ecological, and social strategy to orchestrate the future growth of the 14 cities that form the Greater Helsinki Region.
May 2007, Amsterdam, the Netherlands - SECOND PRIZE
In order to satisfy residential and business requirements in Amsterdam - as an alternative to expansion areas such as IJburg - former industrial sites on the north bank of the river IJ will be restructured to intensify the use of the land available.
September 2005, Logroño, Spain
The city proposed on the site is a park with residential elements. After subtracting the areas that cannot be developed the density more than doubles.