'The Harlem Edge: Cultivating Connections' Exhibition Opens at Center for Architecture
The AIA New York Chapter's Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA), announce biennial international ideas competition exhibition The Harlem Edge | Cultivating Connections opening on Thursday, July 12.
The 2012 ENYA Biennial Design Ideas Competition tries to broaden the range of architectural discourse through challenging New York City-based design problems.
"The Harlem Edge competition and exhibition models those challenges for emerging professionals and advances the assertion that design matters." said Joseph Aliotta, 2012 AIA New York Chapter President. "As architects and designers, we help determine the built environment around us by responding thoughtfully to the challenges we face,"
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The Center for Architecture and published in a competition catalog will present 4 prize winners, 5 honorable mentions, and 14 additional juror selections, out of 98 entries from 16 countries.
"Sym'bio'pia" by Ting Chin and Yan Wang received the ENYA Prize award - the competition's highest honor.
ENYA will also host a symposium at the Center for Architecture on 7/14 to highlight the winning entries' designs.