Results of the 7th ISDC 2009 Announced

The results of the 7th IAHH International Student Design Competition 2009 were announced on Jan 31, 2009 at the concluding session of the 11th International Conference on Humane Habitat, as per the schedule.

The following are

the winners:

First Prize Entry Code No. 3232519 from Shenzhen, China

Second Prize Entry Code No. 2167608 from Cambridge, USA

Third Prize

Entry Code No. 1150733 from Poland

The following entries were awarded the honorable mentions:

537626M from Naples, Italy

8213493 from Shenzhen, China

6471855 from London, U.K.

More details shall be released soon! The results were announced at 8.30 pm at the concluding session which went on till 9.30 p.m. Next day was a Sunday! Therefore, the delay in putting the results on the net. We regret the delay

and inconvenience caused to you.

Heartiest Congratulations to the winners!

Thank you for your interest and participation.

All the entries received are exhibited at Rizvi College of Architecture untill Sunday 7th February 2009.

We will post a full jury report and images of the winning entries of the competition on this website in the coming weeks.

with best wishes,

Convener ICHH and ISDC 2009

Prof. Akhtar Chauhan
Convener ICHH & ISDC 2009
Director, Rizvi College of Architecture

3 thoughts on “Results of the 7th ISDC 2009 Announced”

  1. Can I know Why there were only 3 special mentions, it was supposed to be 5 as mentioned in the terms and conditions of the competition. Is there any special reason for it. Let us know d reason……..

    Can I know Why there are only 3 special mentions, it was supposed to be 5 as mentioned in the terms and conditions of the competition. Is there any special reason for it. Please let us know d reason……..

  3. Dear friends,

    The competition jury is the final judge of the quality of entries that have to be awarded and mentioned.

    The decision of the jury is final in all aspects.

    We as organizers and you as participants, we have to abide by their decision in all aspects.

    Jury has a right not to give any award or honourable mentions, if they are not satisfied with the quality of the entries.

    The competition conditions stipulated that a maximum of 5 entries could be given honorable mention.

    Since the number of entries were much less than compared to the last year, the jury decided that three honorable mentions were adequate.

    I do not participate in the jury process. They are completely independent in their decision making.

    Let us accept their verdict with humility.

    You must have enjoyed participating in the competition, and gained greater insight into issues, that is the real award.I am sure it will help you tremendously in your future professional careers.

    I once again thank all the participants for their creative engagement on the issues of evolving humane habitats through
    participation in the competition.

    with best wishes,

    Prof. Akhtar Chauhan
    convener ICHH & ISDC 2009.

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