Winning Proposal (Courtesy of Collective-LOK/Van Alen Institute)
The Van Alen Institute, a non-profit organization devoted to public realm improvements in New York City, has announced Collective-LOK as the winner of its Ground/Work competition. The winning team—a collaboration between Jon Lott (PARA-Project), William O’Brien Jr. (WOJR), and Michael Kubo (over,under)—was selected from a pool of over 100 applicants, and beat out two other finalists: Of Possible Architectures and EFGH. The competition called on designers to re-imagine the ground floor level to accommodate new offices, bookselling platform, galleries, and event and programming space.
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Filed Under: Collective-LOK, Ground / Work, Ground/Work Competition, Manhattan, New York, New York City, Top, Van Alen Institute
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