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JAN - JUN 2021

 

 

JURY
 
AMAURY GREIG  |  Renzo Piano Building Workshop 
DAVID CLUSIAU  |  NORR, CAAJ Chair 
ELSA LAM  |  Editor, Canadian Architect
JULIUS LANG  |  Community Justice Expert, former Sr. Advisor at Center for Court Innovation
JACOB M. KUMMER  |  Montgomery Sisam Architects, CAAJ Communications & Competition Co-chair
JULIAN JAFFARY  |  Justice Architecture Specialist, CAAJ Treasurer, AIA Liaison & Competition Co-chair

SPONSORS

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RESULTS ANNOUNCED
Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Student Design Competition: Breaking the Cycle
 

FIRST PLACE
Rethinking Justice: Black Creek Community Corridor (Toronto, Ontario)

TEAM:
Christopher Hardy, University of Toronto
Tomasz Weinberger, University of Toronto

First Place
First Place

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TEAM BIO:

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JURY COMMENTS:

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SECOND PLACE
Social Infrastructure is Justice (Eastern Cape, South Africa)

TEAM:
Adam Oosthuizen, University of Cape Town

Second Place
Second Place

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Second Place

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JURY COMMENTS:

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THIRD PLACE
Community Spot (Nowy Sacz, Poland)

TEAM:
Małgorzata Andrzejewska, Poznan University of Technology

Third Place
Third Place

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Third Place

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TEAM BIO:

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JURY COMMENTS:

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HONORABLE MENTION
Through "thick" and "thin" (Longdong Village, Guangzhou, China)

TEAM:
Xiangqing Zheng, South China University of Technology
Zhi Wang, South China University of Technology
Xiang Xiong,
South China University of Technology

Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention

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JURY COMMENTS:

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HONORABLE MENTION
LEKHOTLA (Western Cape, South Africa)

TEAM:
Tankiso Hantsi, University of Cape Town

Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention

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HONORABLE MENTION
Re-Circle (Guangzhou, China)

TEAM:
Su Zeyong, Shenzhen University of China
Zhuang Shuze, Shenzhen University of China
Zhou Lun, Shenzhen University of China
Ouyang Yang,
Shenzhen University of China

Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention

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TEAM BIO:

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JURY COMMENTS:

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JURY

 

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Julian Jaffary

Justice Architecture Specialist

CAAJ Treasurer, AIA Liaison

& Competition Co-chair

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Julius Lang

Community Courts Expert

Former Sr. Advisor at the Center for Court Innovation

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Jacob Matthias Kummer

Architect, Montgomery Sisam Architects 

CAAJ Communications

& Competition Co-chair

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Amaury Greig

Associate, Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)

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David Clusiau

Vice President, Design,  NORR

CAAJ Chair

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Elsa Lam

Editor, Canadian Architect magazine

 

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