Winners of eVolo 2015 Skyscraper Competition

 John Hill
1. d’abril 2015
First Place: "Essence Skyscraper" (All images courtesy of eVolo Magazine)
eVolo Magazine has announced the winners of the 2015 Skyscraper Competition, which asked entrants to "challenge the way we understand vertical architecture and its relationship with the natural and built environments."
The jury* selected 3 winners and 15 honorable mentions from the 480 projects submitted. Winners were selected, according to eVolo, "for their creativity, ingenuity, and understanding of dynamic and adaptive vertical communities."

First Place: "Essence Skyscraper"

First place was awarded to BOMP (Ewa Odyjas, Agnieszka Morga, Konrad Basan, and Jakub Pudo) from Poland for their project Essence Skyscraper: "The proposal is an urban mega-structure that contains diverse natural habitats. The skyscraper would serve as a place to briefly escape urban life  and stimulate diverse and complex experiences."
First Place: "Essence Skyscraper"

Second Place: "Shanty-Scraper"

Second place was awarded to Suraksha Bhatla and Sharan Sundar from India for their Shanty-Scraper: "The project seeks to provide housing, work and recreational spaces to the inhabitants of Chennai city’s slum in India. The skyscraper is designed to reutilize the city’s post-construction debris including pipes, corrugated metal sheets, timber, etc."
Second Place: "Shanty-Scraper"

Third Place: "Cybertopia"

Third place was awarded to Egor Orlov from Russia for the project Cybertopia: "The city of the future [is] the combination of digital and physical worlds – a city that grows and morphs instantly according to our needs."

More information and images on the winners and the honorable mentions can be found on eVolo's website.

*Jury: Massimiliano Fuksas (Studio Fuksas), Michael Hansmeyer (CAAD group at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology(, Richard Hassell (WOHA), Alvin Huang (Synthesis Design + Architecture), Yong Ju Lee (winner 2014 eVolo Skyscraper Competition), Wenchian Shi (MVRDV), Wong Mun Summ (WOHA), and Benedetta Tagliabue (EMBT Miralles Tagliabue).

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