Congratulations to all winners in the SANNZ (Student Architecture Network New Zealand) 24hr Competition!
The task put to the teams was to design an innovative transport system for Wellington City in the year 2030; one that eradicates the reliance on the ‘motor car’ and contributes to the rebranding of Wellington as a public transport-conscious city of the future.
The competition was a great success with 85 contestants and over 23 teams putting forward a range of incredible ideas about the Future Transport of Wellington.
S&T sponsored a $500 prize for the “Most Plausible” category which was awarded to B2A (Anastasia Globa, Stuart Taylor and James Richardson).
Principal, Dennis Chippindale, also volunteered his time as a judge of the event which promotes the ability, work and vision of students in the field of architecture.
To see the winning entries click here. You can also view them in person – from Monday the 16th to 19th of September, entries will be displayed in the Victoria University School of Architecture and Design, 139 Vivian St, Wellington.
1st Prize $1000 + 2 Tickets to an NZIA Event, went to ARCH AND CUTTERS (Grant Douglas, Declan Burn, Ben Sutherland and Ambrose Kelly)
2nd Prize $500 went to MEERLY CATS (Bel Fraser, Margot Bowen and Luke Bryant)
Highly Commended $250 went to HEART (Elliot Bickers , Joe McEwan and Noah Orr)
Most Plausible $500 Sponsored by Stephenson and Turner, Most Sustainable $250 Sponsored by Phillipa Howden-Chapman and Ralph Chapman was awarded to B2A (Anastasia Globa, Stuart Taylor and James Richardson).