Weitzman students attend the award ceremony at HOK's Philadelphia studio.
"Thoroughfare Towers” by Eric Anderson (MArch'21) and Megan York (MArch'21)
A New Common Asset
“800 Market Street – A New Common Asset” by Matthew Alan Kohman (MArch'21) and Paul Germaine McCoy (MArch'21)
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Master of Architecture students from the Weitzman School of Design were among the top three finalists in the 2020 HOK Futures Design Challenge. They were recognized at an award ceremony on February 18 in HOK’s Philadelphia studio.
"Thoroughfare Towers” by Eric Anderson (MArch’21) and Megan York (MArch’21) earned Second Place and “800 Market Street – A New Common Asset” by Matthew Alan Kohman (MArch’21) and Paul Germaine McCoy (MArch’21) earned Third Place.
This is McCoy's second year placing in the competition.
The challenge asked architecture students from seven Philadelphia-area universities to propose a new development along Market Street in Center City with multifamily housing, commercial, community, and retail space.
In HOK's 2018 and 2019 competitions, Weitzman students were awarded all three of the finalist spots.