1994 Poster
1994 Competition

Lone Star Research Facility Innovative Computer Technology “Brain Trust”

1994 Competition Overview

Can a physical place help satisfy our longing for validation of the village? Architects and planners have to think so, and to fashion edges, (to promote security) centers, (to promote sociability) organization, (to promote discernible order, imply justice, and promote privacy) and icon and ornament to induce and connect us to our culture.

The solution to this problem must explore the pressure of development on the edge of urbanization.

The program calls for the design of a village where a diverse group of passionate thinkers can work and live with a sense of community and privacy.

Jury

Charles W. Moore

Jury Chair & Program Author
Moore/Andersson Architects
Austin, TX

Laurie Maurer

Maurer and Maurer Architects
New York, NY

Anne Tate

Abacus Architects and Planners
Cambridge, MA

Michael Crosbie

Senior Editor
Progressive Architecture Magazine

Joseph Sziabowski

Lyceum Fellowship Committee

1994 Winners

1994 Poster
1st Place

Guy Sturgis

The Boston Architectural Center

2nd Place
2nd Place

John Watson

McGill University

3rd Place
3rd Place

Heather S. Grey

McGill University

Citation
Citation

Chung-Tze Kao

McGill University

Merit
Merit

Phillip Terzis

The Boston Architectural Center

Merit
Merit

Anthony Frausto-Robledo

The Boston Architectural Center