2017 Dencity Finalists

1st Place

Palestine: The Right to Water

For a 70-year-old refugee camp that grew organically over the years, access to resources like water and electricity is a critical matter. “The Right to Water” project addresses this issue and makes use of existing urban fabric.

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2nd Place

Syria: Beyond Slums

This projects aims to plan and organize the rapidly growing density of refugee camps and improve their living conditions by introducing new infrastructure that is inspired from their rich history and culture.

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3rd Place

Delhi: Flood Resilience

This project aims to use the recurring flood risk as a tool to build a more equitable city. It focuses on the transformation process of community areas, and the way public spaces can be adapted to the flood and the peoples needs.

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Special Mentions

Residus

Mumbai

Arrival Market

UP3

Makoko

Resistance Through Form

The Jury

Jo Ashbridge

Jo Ashbridge

Founder, AzuKo
Jhono Bennett

Jhono Bennett

South African Architectural Urbanist
Bryan Bell

Bryan Bell

Founder of Design Corps
Oscar Carracedo

Oscar Carracedo

Professor of the National University of Singapore
Garrett Jacobs

Garrett Jacobs

Executive Director, Open Architecture Collaborative
Petra Kempf

Petra Kempf

Professor, Columbia University, New York
Liz Ogbu

Liz Ogbu

Founder, Principal, Studio O
Sheela Patel

Sheela Patel

Founding Director, SPARC

AIAS Jury

Rachel Law

Rachel Law

Rachel Law, Vice President, AIAS National
Sarah Wahlgren

Sarah Wahlgren

President, AIAS National