League Prize 2013: Range

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Young designers are diversifying their skills at a remarkable pace that matches and sometimes exceeds the expansion of project types, pragmatic as well as speculative. A young studio often stands out for its design approach more than its realized work. The 2013 League Prize competition asked architects to consider the notion of range.

2013 Winners:
Lcla Office: Luis Callejas
Matter Design: Brandon Clifford & Wes McGee
MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY: Marc Fornes
PRAUD: Rafael Luna & Dongwoo Yim
SJET: Skylar J.E. Tibbits
Young Projects: Bryan Young

2013 League Prize Committee:
Benjamin Aranda, Seung Teak Lee, Michael Szivos

2013 Jurors:
Teresita Fernandez, Paul Lewis, Thom Mayne, Charles Waldheim, Meejin Yoon

 

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