[re]stitch TAMPA

The University of South Florida, in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts and USF School of Architecture & Community Design invite designers to participate in an international urban design competition.

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Competition Program

[re]stitch welcomes entrants to envision a new interface between the city of Tampa, Florida and the Hillsborough River. Utilizing Landscape Urbanism as a lens, we seek to refocus the river as a spine for Tampa

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Jury & Prizes

A distinguished jury of Urban Designers, Architects, Planners and artists will select winning entries. Jurors Include: Charles Waldhem, Chris Reed, Margaret Crawford, Juhni Pallasma, and Chad Oppenheim.

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Competition Winners

Congratulations to the winners of (re)stitch TAMPA-keep your eyes open for our enusing publication featuring essays by the world-renowned jurors, scholars and selected stakeholders as well as entries from re-stitch TAMPA!

  • Re-Stitch Re-sillience

    Mola + Winkelmueller Architekten GmbH BDA:
    A. Mola, L. Mola, P. Adame, M. Prados.
    P. Caballero, M. Cabezas, I. Moreno, A. Robotis.
    Consultants: Genesis Group, Lukas Kronawitter,
    JFS Engineering, WES Berlin, BWP Berlin,
    Buro Happold Berlin (first phase)
    Location: Berlin, New York, Tampa

  • Flowscape

    Team: Group Han Associates-Michael Chaveriat, Yikyu Choe, Myung Kweon Park
    Location: New York City, NY

Honorable Mentions

Pleating Tampa-pleat, repeat

Team: OH-LA Collaborative-Cynthia Anderson, Angela Bushon, Elizabeth Lagedrost and Susan Noblet
Location: Columbus/Toledo OH + Los Angeles, CA

Shifting Currents

Team: Christoper Fannin+HOK Planning Group
Location: Hong Kong, China

Re-stitch TAMPA the Sub-urban Mix

Team: Jeanette Frisk+arki_lab
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Re-hydrate Tampa

Team: Bryan Hanes-Studio Bryan Haynes
Location: Philadelphia, PA

Symbiosis - Riverizing Tampa

Team: Vinod Kadu and Smita Ambadi
Location: New Port Richey, FL


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