Regen Boston Competition Entry
reGEN Boston: Energizing Urban Housing was an international ideas competition organized by The Boston Society of Architects to propose responses to growing density in urban waterfront areas.
Our proposal EMBRACING THE BROWNFIELD: contingency planning for the post-industrial wetland, investigated social, demographic and environmental conditions along East Boston’s waterfront. We proposed a variety of housing types, recreational venues, and transportation systems as a model for redevelopment of underutilized, derelict land parcels.
Our entry was selected for the final exhibition from among 85 entries from 40 countries.
Competition Team: Bill Boehm, Max Moore, Jen West, Ricardo Bilonick