PS 1 announced the winners of their annual contest that allows amateur architects the opportunity to transform the entrance to the Long Island City museum throughout their summer of weekly dance parties held in its courtyard. Winners Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith's of Brooklyn almost didn't make it down to the judging Monday because their proposal, called "afterparty," wouldn't even fit in their car. The title of the piece seemed appropriate because MoMA architecture curator Barry Bergdoll says all entries responded to the current climate with the thinking of, "How do we still create a fun party space when clearly the economic party is over?” The Times says that the winning piece, finished in the wee hours of of Sunday night, was created by a team that describes themselves as “a collective of designers, architects, thinkers and state-of-the-art weirdos.” Last year an urban farm sprung up at the space.