Story from The Jamaica Observer
The Boston Society of Architects hosted the competition in association with the City of
The design competition focused on a parcel in
Teams drafted preliminary designs and then participated in a design workshop, in which they received advice and critiques from neighbourhood residents.
"(Their submission) was the most compelling in the sense that we could actually imagine it being built," said Kairos Shen,
Minott's passion for making urban environments better places for people to live, work and play propelled him to enter the competition.
He subsequently worked as an intern-architect for Lascelles Dixon and Associates in
There he received design awards for his projects, and completed a Masters of Architecture and Infrastructure Planning in 2002. He then worked for firms in
Beautiful Place. Amazing People.
See you in Jamaica.