Four 2016 Wheelwright finalists to compete for $100K travel grant
It's already that time of year when the Harvard Graduate School of Design will soon award their next Wheelwright Prize recipient. First established by the school in 1935, the prestigious prize is a $100,000 travel architectural research grant awarded to one lucky early-career architect. Out of nearly 200 applicants from 45 countries for 2016, the jury selected four finalists.
They are:Samuel Bravo, Samuel Bravo Arquitecto | Santiago, ChileMatilde Cassani | Milan, ItalyAnna Puigjaner, MAIO | Barcelona, SpainPier Paolo Tamburelli, baukuh architects | Milan and Genoa, ItalyHead over to Bustler to learn more about them.Previous Wheelwright Prize coverage on Archinect... View full entry
AIA announces 14 recipients for 2015 Young Architects Award
The AIA announced the 14 recipients of the 2015 AIA Young Architects Award, which recognizes architects for their leadership and significant contributions to the profession early in their architectural career. In this case, young architects are defined as those who are licensed no more than... View full entry
Eighteen architects to receive 2014 AIA Young Architects Award
AIA has announced the 18 recipients of the 2014 Young Architects Award. The annual award distinguishes strong leadership and significant contributions made in the early careers of young professional architects, defined as those who are licensed no more than 10 years, regardless of age.
This year's recipients are:Illya Azaroff, AIAThomas Bradley Benjamin, AIAJoshua Flowers, AIAWyatt Frantom, AIANathan Kalaher, AIAEvelyn M. Lee, AIATimothy W. Maddox, AIADaniel Overbey, AIAMark Pasnik, AIAMichael P. Pfeffer, AIAJason Dale Pierce, AIAMark A. Schwamel, AIAMatt Slagle, AIAChristian B... View full entry
$100,000 Wheelwright Prize details announced for 2014
The Wheelwright Prize awards a $100,000 travel-based research grant to a recent architect whose proposal conveys a talented, scholarly and professional design sense. Originally established by Harvard's GSD in 1935 as the "Arthur Wheelwright Traveling Fellowship", the prize is meant to extend... View full entry