I was chosen to serve on a jury of five people for the Chicago Architecture Foundation's DiscoverDesign Teen Competition. 

 Antonio Trejo

Antonio Trejo

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First Place Work

The 2016 National DiscoverDesign Competition challenged students across the country to design an affordable housing prototype for your local town/city or location of their choice. Students used neighborhood and city data to inform their design decisions and present a digital or physical model for an affordable housing unit. This year 249 students registered for the competition, yielding 150 completed student submissions for the jury to review, representing 30 schools from 12 states. A jury of five architecture and pubic policy professionals reviewed student work and deliberated over which projects would receive the final awards. Thank you to the jury for their time and expertise.
— Chicago Architecture Foundation

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