Open Agenda
winner, James Gardiner, has received an award from Sustainable Oceans International for his competition entry (in)human habitat (pictured).

“For his project (in)human habitat – rethinking the artificial reef. A pioneering combination of digital design and D_Shape freeform additive manufacturing technique to create topographically complex reef modules that closely mimic the diversity and complexity of natural reefs.”
(Sustainable Oceans International)

The project is currently featured in the Open Agenda exhibition at Customs House on display until January 30, 2011.