1st Place Justin Chapman McGill University
2nd Place Todd Ebeltoft University of Cincinnati
3rd Place Mary Jo Minerich University of Cincinnati
Citation Derek Sommers University of Cincinnati
Merit Saul Strauss McGill University
Merit Cailen Pybus McGill University
Merit Krystal Lung McGill University
Merit Marissa Campos University of Cincinnati
Merit Adrian Bonnin Miami University (Ohio)
Merit Seiji Anderson University of Miami (FL)

The Wells-Lamson Quarry

Peter Bohlin, FAIA - Author
Ray Calabro, AIA, and Denis Schofield, AIA - Co-authors

Human beings have a history of landscape alteration: pyramids, aqueducts, and deforestation. Modern lifestyles are made possible by industries throughout the world, but we take them for granted. The natural world is transformed by industry, particularly those that extract raw materials and resources from the land.
What happens when industry leaves substantial marks on the earth?
The charge is to design a building complex for an institution devoted primarily to visual, literary, landscape and performing artists, engaging the site in a significant way commensurate with the size, scale and emotional impact of the quarry.

Participating Schools:

Boston Architectural College

The Cooper Union

McGill University

Miami University (Ohio)

North Carolina State University

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rhode Island School of Design

Southern California Institute of Architecture

University of Arkansas

University of Arizona

University of Cincinnati

University of Miami

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

University of Oregon

Woodbury University