Fifth-year Archi's Win Sustainable Lab Student Design Competition -School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, November 5, 2012

Fifth-year Archi's Win Sustainable Lab Student Design Competition

CMU SoArch Receives Win & Honorable Mention

The International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL), with support from the U.S. Dept. of the Interior's Office of Insular Affairs, has announced the winners and honorable mentions for its International Sustainable Laboratory Student Design Competition, held in partnership with the Joint Institute for Caribbean Marine Studies (JICMS), and in collaboration with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). The competition enabled architecture and engineering students from around the world to provide new and innovative thinking for the creation of energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable laboratories.

Winning Entry: Modular Sustainability

According to the judges, this Carnegie Mellon University project, by Dan Addis, John Kim, and Jensen Ying, with faculty sponsor Gary P. Moshier, shows a well-documented and thorough sustainable systems analysis and demonstrates a thoughtful, integrated approach to the design process. The submission includes a straightforward and clear design presentation with a contextual and understated architectural statement. The proposed laboratory systems, particularly the HVAC systems, are practical and site specific, while the design of the community space is creative and inviting.

Laboratory Design Announcement & Photos [link]

I2SL Announcement [link]

ACSA Announcement Photos [Link]