Exploring the Aesthetics of Landscape Experience in the Age of Sustainability
The James Rose Center is pleased to announce its third international
RESIDENTIAL DESIGN COMPETITION/EXHIBITION
Suburbia Transformed 3.0 celebrates and promotes residential works that go beyond "green" to address the aesthetic quality of human experience in the process.
ST3.0 invited built and visionary (unbuilt) residential landscapes in professional and student categories.
Winning entries will be published, displayed at the James Rose Center, and become a part of a traveling exhibition on contemporary residential design.
ST3.0 is co-sponsored by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and the NJASLA.
SELECTED SUBMISSIONS ST3.0
Qianyu Li, University of Illinois, Gridley House Landscape
Samantha Anderson and Ngoc Doan, Amherst Residence, Infiltration Informed by Neighborhood Character
Hocker Design Group, Brookhollow, Farmer’s Branch, Texas
WANTED Landscape, Quincy Street Open Space, Somerville, Massachusetts
Steve Martino Landscape Architecture, South Mountain Garden—Building a Private Sanctuary, Phoenix, Arizona
Matthew Cunningham, Longwood Garden, Brookline, Massachusetts
Mesa Design Group, Turtle Creek Pump House, Highland Park, Texas
Nathan Burgess, Mobilizing Community, A Residential Model for Rising Seas, Sandbridge, Virginia