Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Winners announced

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Recently the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial oganization (ACBHM, Inc.) announced the winner of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial as “Fractured Landscapes,” submitted by¬†Columbia School of Architecture students – Patrick Lausell and Paola Marquez.

The text of the “Fractured Landscapes’ submission by the Columbia University School of Architecture students described the memorial as a “fractured landscape and a river of light (that) stitch together disjointed surfaces, expressing our hopes for peace.”

Over 700 submissions from 55 countries and a 13 entries were shortlisted back in June. The final judging panel included Daniel Libeskind and James Young.

SOURCE: Wall Street Journal and Press of Atlantic City

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