Advancing the Education of Young Architecture Graduates through Foreign Travel-Study

2013 Competition Finalists Entries

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Foundation for Change
by Lauren Folkerts — Winner of Fellowship Competition

Re-framing the San Gabriel Mountains directing visitors attention towards both its past and possible future use.


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Mount Lowe Preservation Center
by Jeremy Brunel — Finalist

A museum campus nested in the Pasadena Foothills intended to intrigue and delight all who arrive.


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Aqua-Terra
by Zach Morgan — Finalist

Aqua-Terra is an immersive museum at its heart for visitors to learn the history of the Echo Mountain Railway as well as a tool to understand the environment in which it thrived. The snakelike, gliding form moves across the site organically and drops 15 feet of elevation. The experience of moving through this sprawling form will allow the visitor to descend and ascend across the site, while learning about it.


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Mt. Lowe Preservation Center: Networked Ecologies
by Thomas Schmidt — Finalist

This proposal builds on the history of the Mt. Lowe Railroad and continues the technological spirit of its founder. The neighborhood is linked together around composting and aquaponics, with stormwater treatment at the center of the design. The museum displays the technology of the past and educates about the technology of the future.





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