ReGENERATION competition award winners announced

The Center for Public Interest Design has announced the winning entries to its reGENERATION: An Intergenerational Living Competition.

The competition brought in more than 100 submissions from local and international participants in a range of disciplines, all of which proposed ways of reintegrating an often-isolated aging population into active settings that would allow them to thrive, continue to learn, and contribute their skills and experience for the benefit of their community. 

The jurors selected the three winning submissions, and three receiving honorable mention, that were unique, thoughtful and thoroughly conceived and developed. 

Work from this competition will be exhibited in conjunction with a forum on design for intergenerational living in the Fall 2014 in downtown Portland.

The winning proposals as well as those that received honorable mention can be seen here.

Click here to view competition details and guidelines.

School of Architecture
Associated faculty: 
Sergio Palleroni
Todd Ferry
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