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Central Park Summer Pavilion competition winners

 
The Central Park Summer Pavilion (CPSP) New York international competition for students, called by Arquideas, has brought in 360 proposals from 42 countries. The objective is to create a multiuse space for summer events in Central Park, Manhattan’s urban lung, a work carried out by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after winning a competition in 1957. The jury – which includes Kimberly Holden, Anupama Kundoo, and Jaime Magén – has selected three designs. The first prize goes to ‘Walter Hole’ by Chiara Lippi and Camilla Grillone of the Università di Genova; the second to ‘The plaYform’ by Chang Kyu Lee and Dokyung Kim of Columbia University and the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA); and the third to ‘City of Voice’ by Zenan Guo and Yuan Zhou of California State Polytechnic University (Cal Poly) in Pomona. Honorable mentions are being given to the following projects: ‘A Maze’ by Carlos Andrés Ortega, Jairo Acuña, and María Francisca Tapia of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ecuador; ‘The stretch for space’ by Andrea García and Anais Carolina Porras of the Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid; ‘Dot Line Surface’ by Gloria Cota and Matheus Cartocci of the Universidad Europea de Madrid and the Politecnico di Milano; ‘Foliage Immersion’ by Ignacio Rojas by the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; and ‘El tendedero’ by Paula Fernández of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
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