M.Arch '08 Janet Yoon finalist in the Pamphlet Architecture 30 Competition

Janet Yoon, M.Arch.’08, was one of two finalists in the Pamphlet Architecture 30 Competition, an international competition that called for “proposals aimed at inventive new infrastructure for the United States.”

Yoon’s entry was an “organization of mutually beneficial subversion of conditions that exists anyway.” According to the jury, her entry was “a very unique reading of infrastructure.” and was “the only proposal whose commentary about the relationship between infrastructure and the economy is sincere.”

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