The winners of the RESIDE: Mumbai Mixed Housing Competition have been announced, with ‘Reincarnation Network’ taking first prize. Hosted by the architectural research initiative arch out loud, the competition focused on designing a mixed residence development on one of the last undeveloped sections of Mumbai’s coastline. Participant took into account the indigenous fishing community as well as the new affluent neighborhood and found ways to integrate these two socio-economic groups. Addressing the global housing crisis and social segregation within Mumbai, the RESIDE competition examined the idea of architecture supporting social inclusion and breaking down spatial segregation within the megacity.
The competition jury consisted of Daniel Libeskind, Sheila Sri Prakash, Norman Foster, Deborah Berke, Dominique Perrault, Josh Prince-Ramus, Vishaan Chakrabarti, Shefali Balwani, Eric Bunge, Geeta Mehta, Grace Kim, Romi Khosla, Sameep Padora, Sanjay Puri, and Yosuke Hayano.
Check out the winning projects below:
1st Place: Reincarnation Network
Participants: Yasmina Aalakhanova, Ivan Marchuk and Victoria Tsukerman
School: Moscow Institute of Architecture
Location: Moscow, Russia
Runner-up: The House That Opens To The Sea
Participants: Momen Nabil Bakry
School: German University in Cairo
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Runner-up: Territory-Line of Citizenship
Participants: Raissa Gattera, Antonio Fabiano Jr., Thais Freitas and Leticia Sitta
School: PUC Campinas
Location: Jundiai, Brazil
Runner-up: Koliwada’s Koliving
Participants: Salvador Rivas Trujillo, Oswaldo Guzman Montero, Jesus Antonio Ortiz Vidal, and Angel Roberto Flores Ortiz
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Visit arch out loud for the full results of the competition.