The 2015 ULI Hines Competition: Entries from Cornell University
The West Sibley Gallery is hosting an exhibition of the Cornell submissions to the 13th Annual ULI Hines Competition, which focused on a downtown neighborhood in New Orleans.
The ULI Hines Competition is an urban design and development challenge for graduate students. The competition engages multidisciplinary student teams to devise a comprehensive development program for a real, large-scale site. Teams of five students representing at least three disciplines develop solutions that include drawings, site plans, tables, and market-feasible financial data.
Three entries were prepared by student teams in the Department of City and Regional Planning under the direction of visiting lecturer Silvano de la Llata Gonzales and one by a team from the Department of Landscape Architecture under the direction of lecturer Marc Miller.
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