SYNTHe, the innovative rooftop project designed by faculty member Alexis Rochas and students in the Community Design Program at SCI-Arc, is nominated for Condé Nast Traveller’s Innovation & Design Awards 2010. The international award celebrates excellence across ten categories, ranging from sustainability to transport.
The nominees are published online at www.cntraveller.com. Voting is open until April 30. To submit a vote, visitors need to choose a winner in each category. SCI-Arc’s SYNTHe is listed in the Sustainability category alongside fifteen international art and architecture projects.
Winners will be announced May 10 on CNTraveller.com.