2002 Poster
2002 Competition

Resonance

2002 Competition Overview

With our twenty first century eyes, we all admire the beauty of our natural wilderness areas. Yet for most, these modern experiences are nothing more than brief fragmented clips from a perspective largely isolated from the land distant and physically removed panoramic glimpses. The real allure, however, is quietly hidden in the wildness that remains sheltered in only the most remote areas of our country. To truly feel its vitality and fragility, one must experience this wildness up close.

Scenario:

A prominent art foundation here in the US has been awarded a grant by the National Park Service to create ten experiential art places. Each is to be located in an isolated wilderness setting in one of ten distinctly different national parks: The Everglades, Glacier, Death Valley, Rocky Mountain, Denali, Badlands, Olympic, Yellowstone, Smokey Mountains and Big Bend. They will be operated jointly by the art foundation and the National Park Service.

"Consume experiences not things" Karim Rashid

Jury

Rick Joy, AIA

Jury Chair & Program Author
Architect
Tucson, AZ

Steven Ehrlich, FAIA

Architect
Culver City, CA

Raveevarn Choksombatchai, AIA

Loom Studio
Berkeley, CA

Kris Horiuchi, ASLA

Horiuchi Solien Landscape Architects
Falmouth, MA

Mark Hutker, AIA

Architect
Martha's Vineyard, MA

2002 Winners

Casey Shenton Huges
1st Place

Casey Shenton Hughes

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Siripon Beidler
2nd Place

Siripon Beidler

University of Arizona

Sara Schuster
3rd Place

Sara Schuster

University of Cincinnati

Eric Young
Citation

Eric Young

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Isaac Franco
Merit

Isaac Franco

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Madeline Gradillas
Merit

Madeline Gradillas

University of Arizona

Mark Zajdzinski
Merit

Mark Zajdzinski

Southern California Institute of Architecture