Highly Commended (in no particular order)
The Terraced Park, Dorota Franek & Roman Brunda. West Pomeranian University of Technology. (Poland)
Here we have a master plan that creates, in certain areas, some very attractive spaces. The judges are particularly impressed by the stylised use of planting.
River-some, Myeong-Eun Ha, Seoul National University. (South Korea)
The judges strongly appreciate the clear and sensitive division of space and in particular the position of the main avenue is most impressive.
Riverscape Žiga Malek, Renata Zerovnik Kovac and Andrej Bašelj. University of Ljubljana. (Slovenia)
The clarity of the dialogue between the fluid area, and the topographically designed area is very successfully demonstrated, and the elevated walkway is an enriching element in this design.
Parque Del Delta: Ciudad + Naturaleza, Maria Gabriela Lozada and Clarisa Mazzara. Ciudad Universitaria de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Functional diversity is enriched here by the clear and unsophisticated master plan. The judges feel that this design is particularly well suited to its chosen geographical location.
Tree Machine, Choi Jaehyeog and Won Jongho, Seoul National University. (South Korea)
This is a crisp and precise presentation which directly address in an aesthetic and practical way, some of the critical 21st century issues which are relevant not just for South Korea, but for the planet as a whole.
Circles Nanjing Wall Park, Jing Cai. California State Polytechnic University. (USA)
An excellent project which captures the historical and cultural essence of Nanjing and express these values in a contemporary, aesthetic and functional manner. A strong use of both Architecture and Landscape Architecture.