League Prize 2011: It’s Different

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Every generation thinks it’s special and different, and ours is no exception. What perhaps may make the claim stronger for today’s young architects are the circumstances: unprecedented networking and integration; global economic and security crises; environmental activism and environmental catastrophe; virtual revolution and physical stagnation.

The call for entries addressed the state of architecture as a reflection of our world: it’s different now.

2011 Winners:
form-ula (Ajmal Aqtash, Richard Sarrach & Tamaki Uchikawa), Future Cities Lab (Jason Kelly Johnson & Nataly Gattegno), 
Kiel Moe, NAMELESS (Unchung Na & Sorae Yoo), Alibi Studio (Catie Newell), William O’Brien Jr.

2011 League Prize Committee:
Lonn Combs, Phu Hoang, Aleksandr Mergold

2011 Jurors:
Michael Manfredi, Thom Mayne, Hilary Sample, Annabelle Selldorf, Ken Smith

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