The 10 winners of the Institute for Urban Design's By the City/For the City competition were announced on Thursday. Check them out here. Maura and I made it to the Urban Design Week launch party at the new/temporary BMW Guggenheim Lab, at Houston and 2nd Avenue, where all of the entries were looped on big screens overhead, as well as published in the brand new Atlas of Possibility for the Future of New York (available for $35). Of course I'm a little biased, but it's a great-looking book, especially considering that the competition ended a month and a half ago and it includes 150-some entries. Nice work by the IfUD.
Anyway, while I wasn't a winner, I have been asked to present my project at the Queens Museum of Art tomorrow. From 2:00 to 4:00, 5 of the competition entrants will be speaking as a lead-in to the opening reception for the QMA's new photography exhibit: Detroit Disassembled, by Andrew Moore. It's a haul (Flushing Meadows/Citi Field area), but could be fun. Hope to see some of you there!