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Saturday, 23 May 2009


Investigations in Infrastructure

At a time of new government leadership committed to investing in the United States' infrastructure, architects, engineers, and artists should propose new directions for transportation, energy, and agriculture at a continental scale. In this spirit, no visionary dimension is too large, no inventive proposal too ambitious to consider. Projects designed for countries other than the United States should be generalized enough to be applicable. The first place winner will receive $2,500 toward the creation of a manuscript that will become Pamphlet Architecture 30, to be published by Princeton Architectural Press.