Jury Awards University of Oregon Architectural Student with First Place
Today we’re excited to unveil, in honor of Earth Day, the winners of our perFORM 2014 design competition! perFORM challenged emerging architecture professionals to fuse high design with high performance building in the design of a single-family house in Seattle that achieves Passive House-like levels of energy performance while being resourceful, replicable, and beautiful.
First Place Winner
Cameron Huber, architectural student at the University of Oregon, won the $2000 first place award for his entry, entitled “HO[MIN]ID.” Cameron’s design impressed the jury with its restraint, purity of form, friendliness to neighborhood context, and understanding of energy performance within a holistic approach to sustainability.
The perFORM 2014 jury awarded four runners-up $1000 each in recognition of the quality of their work:
• Andrew Schenk, student at Ball State University
• Steve Clark, student at Montana State University
• Jacob Dunn, student at University of Idaho Integrated Design Lab
• Samuel Kraft, architectural intern at Seek Architecture
The perFORM 2014 jury was made up of noted architects, educators, and builders from Seattle and Portland, including:
• Daniel Friedman, University of Washington College of Built Environments
• Jim Graham, Graham Baba Architects
• Sam Hagerman, Hammer & Hand
• Gladys Ly-Au Young, Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects
• Robert Peña (perFORM Advisor), University of Washington Integrated Design Lab
• Cory Hawbecker, Holst Architecture
A full display of the winning entrants’ 24×36 design boards are on exhibit for several weeks at Hammer & Hand’s Bullitt Center office at 1501 E Madison Street #250, Seattle, WA, 98122.
Congratulations to all the participants of perFORM for their excellent work.
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