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"Highly conceptual proposals" - Florida InsideOut Magazine

The Lolando Island is an outcome of failed urban development in the 1920s, but it is only a phase of a prolonged development cycle of urban reorganization. Failure and success of urban projects are two antipodal points in this cyclical spectrum. It is an inevtitable loop on which the city is constantly being situated and tested. In fact, every instance of development entails a certain level of anxiety towards failure. Failure, in the same way, is embedded with a new vision of re-building.

Jury: Max Strang; Jeremy Calleros Gauger; Robert Wennett; Ricardo Dunin; Randall Robinson

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