Hello All, 

I just found the website for the Waller Creek Design Competition in Austin, TX won by MVVA.  

The final four version profiles the four projects, has jury notes from each team and a schedule with updates about the public participation process. I like how under each entry they have slick renderings and process sketches with tons and tons of great renderings, sections, perspectives.  The amount of high quality graphics is staggering.  

 http://wallercreek.org/finalfour/

Great stuff indeed!

Gerrit 

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