The 1st International Student Competition on Open Building

An international student competition was held in 2008 to accompany "EOA (Education for Open Architecture) Conference", which is the 14th international conference of W104.
There were more than 150 entries from around the world, and four winners were selected after a rigorous jury process by judges in Finland, the USA, Korea, Japan and China.
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Deadline for Entries: August 1, 2008

Shinichi Chikazumi
- Architect, Shu-Koh-Sha Architectural and Urban Design Studio, Tokyo
Prof. Shigeru Aoki
- Architect, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Ulpu Tiuri
- Architect, Ulpu Tiuri Architects, Helsinki
Jiasheng Bao
- Architect, Professor of Architecture, Nanjing University, China
Jaehoon Lee
- PhD, Architect, Professor; Head of Dept. of Architecture College of Architecture Dankook University, Korea
John Waugh
- Architect, Ellerbe Becket Architects, Minneapolis
Renee Y. Chow
- Associate Professor of Architecture and the Eva Li Chair in Design Ethics, Department of Architecture, University of California Berkeley; Principal of Studio URBIS
Gong, Kai
- Professor, Head of Architectural Department; Southeast University, Nanjing, P.R. China


CO-FIRST PLACE / $800 prize
Low Cheh Chong
- National University of Singapore, School of Design and Environment, Department of Architecture

CO-FIRST PLACE / $800 prize
Chae Min Seok
- Yonsei University (South Korea), Department of Housing and Interior Design

SECOND PLACE / $600 prize
Zhou Luhanâ and Wang Chengbo
- Southeast University (Nanjing, China), Department of Architecture

THIRD PLACE / $400 prize
Austin Nicholas Tragni
- Parsons New School for Design (New York)

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Bensonwood Homes
Ellerbe Becket
Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott Architects
Venturi Scott Brown and Associates
Kajima USA, Inc.
Institute for Digital Fabrication, Ball State University
CERES, Ball State Univ
Building Futures Institute, Ball State Univ

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