2007 Poster
2007 Competition

A Hybrid Market for Mexico City

2007 Competition Overview

By identifying the salient characteristics of one of Mexico's essential cultural institutions, the market, one can posit strategies for how urban space, commercial space and public space may be synthesized into a fourth space, a hybrid space, where the transformational nature of the economic, social, and spatial systems of the city can be incorporated and facilitated.

The goal is to develop a new urban building type, with tectonic richness that can comment on the present and simultaneously recall its lineage.

Jury

Marlon Blackwell

Jury Chair & Program Author
Marlon Blackwell Architects
Fayetteville, AR

Wendell Burnette

Architect
Wendell Burnette Architects, Inc
Phoenix, AZ

Fernanda Canales

Architect, Critic and Writer
Mexico City

Russell Rudzinski

Principal
Architecture 226
Professor
University of Arkansas

Javier Sanchez

Architect
Higuera + Sanchez
Mexico City

Joseph Sziabowski, AIA

Lyceum Fellowship Committee

2007 Winners

Robert Yuen
1st Place

Robert Yuen

University of Illinois at Chicago

Kyle Coburn
2nd Place

Kyle Coburn

Miami University (Ohio)

Paulina Martinez
3rd Place

Paulina Martinez

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Alan Guillen
Citation

Alan Guillen

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Ji Won Eom
Merit

Ji won Eom

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Thomas Hetzel
Merit

Thomas Hetzel

Miami University (Ohio)

John Klein
Merit

John Klein

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Jonathan Odom
Merit

Jonathan Odom

Southern California Institute of Architecture