We have a winner!

The votes have been counted and the winner has been chosen: Architecture's Open Hand, by Lisa and Ted Landrum, is the winner of the Common Door prize in the 2012 Critical Halloween Costume Competition, awarded by popular vote.

The final prize in the 2012 Critical Halloween Architecture Costume Competition , the Common Door , will be awarded to Architecture's Open Hand by Lisa and Ted Landrum, who will receive a complimentary subscription to Domus magazine. The Domus online competition ran from 31 October through 11 November 2012, as a follow-up to the 2012 edition of Critical Halloween hosted by Storefront for Art and Architecture, in which Lisa and Ted Landrum's costume was also been awarded the Arch Door .

The 2012 edition of Critical Halloween: On Banality, On Metaphor was held last 27 October at Nuit Blanche's Autumn Bowl. Inviting guests to think and dress critically around the theme of "metaphor", the event attracted more than 300 costumes from minimal interventions as Smoking Mirrors by architect John Morrison to elaborated group pieces as Razzle Dazzle by Softlab.

During the evening, the jury awarded 6 of the 7 Door Awards , to costumes by SO-IL, Shan Raoufi and Greta Hansen, Snarkitecture, HWKN, and Sofia Krimizi, Federica Vannucchi and José Aragüez. See all the costumes here.
Top and above: <em>Architecture's Open Hand</em> by Lisa and Ted Landrum. Photos by Naho Kubota (top) and Tammy Shell (above)
Top and above: Architecture's Open Hand by Lisa and Ted Landrum. Photos by Naho Kubota (top) and Tammy Shell (above)
<em>Architecture's Open Hand</em> by Lisa and Ted Landrum. Photo by Naho Kubota
Architecture's Open Hand by Lisa and Ted Landrum. Photo by Naho Kubota

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