MoMA Announces Organic Structure as Winner of 2014 Young Architects Program

February 8th, 2014

The winner of the 2014 young architects program at MoMA PS1 has been announced, a striking cylindrical design made of corn stalk and living root structures, designed by New York-based practice The Living.  The structure will be installed this summer as part of PS1’s annual “Warm-Up Series.”  “This year’s yap winning project bears no small feat. it is the first sizable structure to claim near-zero carbon emissions in its construction process and, beyond recycling, it presents itself as being 100% compostable,’ said Pedro Gadanho, curator of MoMA‘s department of architecture and design.Read more at Designboom