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New Jersey Design Contest, United States of America

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial design competition

Sep 15, 2010

New Jersey Architecture Competition

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Inc. is sponsoring an international open two-stage design competition for the purpose of realizing an inspiring Memorial to the Holocaust and genocide on a magnificent site dedicated for that purpose by the city of Atlantic City, NJ.

Sponsor: Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Inc.

Type: Open International Two-Stage

Design Challenge: To build Inspiring Memorial to the Holocaust and genocide on a magnificent site dedicated for that purpose by the city of Atlantic City.

Competition: First Stage anonymous online only; Second Stage models required

Language: English

Registration Fee: $100 ($50 student)

Awards: First Stage up to US $30,000, Second Stage Winner Awarded Commission to Realize Winning Design

Jury: Daniel Libeskind, Wendy Evans Joseph, Richard Meier, Michael Berenbaum, Clifford Chanin, James Young, Dr. Paul Winkler

Registration: October 1, 2009, to February 15, 2010

Submissions: November 1, 2009, to March 15, 2010

Award Ceremony: August 2010, Atlantic City, NJ

For more Information: please visit acbhm.org

Location: New Jersey, United States of America

Architecture in New Jersey

Contemporary New Jersey Architectural Designs

New Jersey Architecture – Selection:

Princeton University – Arts Buildings
Design: Steven Holl Architects
Princeton University Arts Campus on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial page
image : Princeton University
Princeton Building

16-18 Quarry Street – housing, Princeton Borough
Design: RMJM Hillier
Princeton House
photo from RMJM
Princeton House

Memorial Buildings

Architecture in USA

Contemporary Architecture in USA

American Architects

American Architecture

A recent US building design posted on the e-architect website:

C. Ellet’s Steakhouse, The Battery
Design: Square Feet Studio
C Ellet's Steakhouse Atlanta
photo : Andrew Thomas Lee
Morningside Residence Atlanta
It is the latest concept from James Beard award-winning chef, Linton Hopkins, who named the restaurant after his great-grandfather, an engineer who built bridges across the Southeast. Charles Ellet, Jr. thus served as our muse as we gathered design inspiration from the language of cartography and the meandering tributaries that flow into the Mississippi and down to New Orleans.

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