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The Jurors

Jury for the competition High Density on the High Ground

   
Eric Naslund, FAIA
A design partner in Studio E Architects in San Diego, Naslund has designed numerous award-winning affordable and infill housing projects. He teaches at Woodbury University, San Diego.
  Mario Gooden
Gooden, who has worked for both Zaha Hadid and Steven Holl, is now a partner in Huff and Gooden in Charleston, S.C. He also teaches at Yale University.
  Steve Dumez, AIA
A partner in New Orleans–based firm Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, Dumez collaborates on environmentally oriented projects ranging from laboratories and museums to interpretive centers and aquariums.
         
     
Mabel Wilson
In San Francisco, Wilson
is a professor at the California College of the Arts, and she is also a principal at KW:a in Oakland.
  Sean Cummings
A real estate developer, Cummings is president of Ekistics, Inc., in New Orleans. He will develop the site of the competition. He has also worked for a lower-income neighborhood foundation in London.
   

Jury for the competition New Orleans Housing Prototype

 
Brian MacKay-Lyons, FAIA
A principal at MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects of Halifax, Nova Scotia, he directs Ghost Lab, a summer design-build internship program.
  Patty Gay
Involved in New Orleans’s Preservation Resource Center since its 1974 founding, Gay is now its executive director, a voice on behalf of the city’s 38,000 historic structures.
     
 
Robert Ivy, FAIA
A Tulane graduate, Ivy is record’s editor in chief and vice president and editorial director of the McGraw-Hill Companies’ construction publications.
  Trey Trahan, FAIA
Principal of Trahan Architects, Baton Rouge, he has won three national design awards in recent years and is leading the renovation of the hurricane-damaged Louisiana Superdome.

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