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Jan 13, 2021

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HOME Competition 2020 Results

Architectural initiative arch out loud has released the winners of its’ HOME Competition 2020, an annual competition where designers are asked “What is the future of HOME?” Proposals from all over the world were submitted to the competition and approached this question from three main perspectives: innovation, adaptability, and pragmaticism.

The Home remains the most significant architectural place we experience throughout our lives. Home represents safety, ownership, privacy, and stability. Home is where we can be alone and with people we care about most. Historically, the home has been a place of permanence. Despite how chaotic our lives are, we cherish the consistency of sleeping in the same bed and performing the same daily rituals here. Yet, new trends in digitalization and globalization continue to reshape realms of everyday life and alter our physical environments, including our homes. It is important to examine how we adapt our living spaces to these shifts.

The HOME competition invited all designers to explore ideas of domestic architecture for the future. Designers considered the impacts of global population shifts, the proximity of major cities to coastlines, new materials and building techniques, as well as the rise of co-housing, tiny homes, smart houses and marketplaces like Airbnb. The HOME Competition creates a platform to speculate the ways new technological, political, environmental and cultural changes can redefine the spaces where we live.

The overall winner, ‘Shadow Housing’, by Jeffrey Liu and Haylie Chan is a model for collective living in a post-pandemic era: an open-air live/work commons that configures new domestic schedules of work and care through an architecture of light and shadows. As COVID-19 ruptures the boundary between the office and the home, the available time for domestic labor such as cooking or childcare is being subsumed by a “flexible” expanded workday. While the eight hour workday reflects an abstracted “clock time” coextensive with the capitalist emphasis on productive labor over unwaged housework, Shadow Housing embodies a natural time that tethers the workday to the movement of the sun, establishing a spatial and temporal separation between work and the necessary labor of care.

Other notable projects include the ‘Biohackers Residence’ by Superficium-Samuel Esses, and Jonathan Wong, which took the innovation award for a design that considers what it means to be human. Carla Bonilla Huaroc won the adaptability award with ‘Stuyvesanttown’, which transforms luxury condos in New York City into transitional housing for people leaving prison. And finally, the pragmatic winner was ‘A House is Not a Home’ by Qin Ye Chen and Yiwen Wang. This project seeks to facilitate a strong sense of community engagement.

All of the HOME 2020 winners, honorable mentions, and directions choice can be viewed at www.thehomecompetition.com/2020-results

Materials for the Winners, Honorable Mention and Director’s Choice of the HOME Competition 2020 can be viewed at: https://www.thehomecompetition.com/2020-press-materials.html

JURY PANEL

Tatiana Bilbao – Founder | Tatiana Bilbao Estudio

Sean Canty – Principal | Studio SC

Vishaan Chakrabarti – Founder | PAU

  1. Yolande Daniels – Founder & Design Principal | studioSUMO

Neil Denari – Founder & Principal | Neil M. Denari Architects

Peter Eisenman – Founder & Principal | EISENMAN ARCHITECTS

Amanda Levete – Principal | AL_A

Aya Maceda – Founder & Principal | actLAB

Toshiko Mori – Founder & Principal | Toshiko Mori Architect

Jennifer Newsom – Founder | Dream the Combine; Assistant Professor University of Minnesota

William O’Brien Jr. – Principal | WOJR; Professor | MIT Department of Architecture

Clark Thenhaus – Founding Director | Endemic Architecture

Andrew Zago – Principal | Zago Architecture

WINNING PROPOSALS

Overall WINNER:

Shadow Housing

Home Competition 2020 by arch out loud Overall Winner – Shadow Housing:

Home Competition 2020 by arch out loud Shadow Housing

Home Competition 2020 by arch out loud Shadow Housing

Home Competition 2020 by arch out loud Shadow Housing

Home Competition 2020 by arch out loud Shadow Housing

Home Competition 2020 by arch out loud Shadow Housing

Participants: Jeffrey Liu & Haylie Chan

Honorable Mention: Unhomeliness

Participants: BOJI HU & YA LIU

Honorable Mention: A House is Not A Property

Participants: Konstantin Kim, KaWai Cheung & Aleksa Milojevic

Director’s Choice: Responsive City

Participants: Jonas Swienty Andresen

Director’s Choice: Outre

Participants: Aditya Jagdale & Yu Qing Ma

Director’s Choice: A House for 4 Furnitures

Participants: Calvin Yang Yue & Taku Samejima

Innovation Award: Biohacker’s Residence

Home Competition 2020 Innovation Award – Biohacker’s Residence:

Home Competition 2020 Innovation Award - Biohacker’s Residence

Home Competition 2020 Innovation Award - Biohacker’s Residence

Home Competition 2020 Innovation Award - Biohacker’s Residence

Home Competition 2020 Innovation Award - Biohacker’s Residence

Home Competition 2020 Innovation Award - Biohacker’s Residence

Participant: Samuel Esses & Jonathan Wong

Honorable Mention:  Archiparago

Participants: Nai-Hua Chen & Eileen Xu

Honorable Mention:

On the Road

Participants: Kathy Teng & Zhenqianhui Tong

Director’s Choice: Scatter House

Participant: Caroline Chao

Director’s Choice: Gimme Shelter

Participants: Baumgartner + Uriu Architecture

Director’s Choice: Bubble

Participant: Sidian Tu

Adaptability Award:

Stuyvesanttown

Home Competition 2020 Adaptability Award – Stuyvesanttown:

Home Competition 2020 Adaptability Award Stuyvesanttown design

Home Competition 2020 Adaptability Award Stuyvesanttown design

Home Competition 2020 Adaptability Award Stuyvesanttown design

Home Competition 2020 Adaptability Award Stuyvesanttown design

Home Competition 2020 Adaptability Award Stuyvesanttown design

Participant: Carla Bonilla Huaroc

Honorable Mention:

Re-Grounded

Participant: Andrew Economos Miller

Honorable Mention:

Home During Sickness

Participants: Yuexin Yu & Dessery Dai

Director’s Choice: The Tiers

Participants: Hiba Charek-Brewster & Jocelyn Hernandez

Director’s Choice: Bring Your Home

Participants: Felix Kim, Pui Luk & Zeb Saiyed

Director’s Choice: The Cyclic Home

Participant: Gary Chung

Pragmatic Award:

House is Not a Home

Participants: Qin Ye Chen & Yiwen Wang

Honorable Mention:

The Home Alive

Participant: Tianyi Wang

Honorable Mention:

Remoting

Participants: Andrew Miller & David Ruperti

Director’s Choice: My Your His Her It’s Our Their Home

Participant: Moones Mirbeygi

Director’s Choice:  Living in Motion

Participant: Mete Cem Arabaci

Director’s Choice:  Couch House

Participant: Lourenço Vaz Pinto

HOME COMPETITION 2020

The HOME Competition is an annual competition and will release its fourth installment in Summer of 2021.

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