Five intervention strategies selected for 2016 Oslo Architecture Triennale

Art, Awards, Design, International
Thursday, February 4, 2016
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Cher by Caitlin Blanchfield, Glen Cummings, Jaffer Kolb, Farzin Lotfi-Jam and Leah Meisterlin (New York City)

Cher by Caitlin Blanchfield, Glen Cummings, Jaffer Kolb, Farzin Lotfi-Jam and Leah Meisterlin (New York City)

The Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT) invited architects and designers to create intervention strategies for five different sites in Scandinavia. Winners were announced January 28.

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The Architectural League New York announces 2016 Emerging Voices winners

Omar Gandhi Architect, Rabbit Snare Gorge, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. (Doublespace Photography)

Omar Gandhi Architect, Rabbit Snare Gorge, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. (Doublespace Photography)

The Architectural League of New York announced the eight winners of its annual Emerging Voices program.

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Wheeler Kearns’ renovation of a Chicago nonprofit arts center wins 2016 SEED Award

Architecture, Awards, Midwest, News
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
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(Courtesy Wheeler Kearns/Photo by Steve Hall with Hedrich Blessing Photography)

Wheeler Kearns designed 2016 winner of the Seed Award for Public Interest Design, Marwen, a non-profit arts center. (Courtesy Wheeler Kearns/Photo by Steve Hall with Hedrich Blessing Photography)

Building on a long relationship, the 2016 SEED Award for Public Interest Design has been awarded to the arts education nonprofit Marwen’s new renovation and expansion, designed by Chicago-based Wheeler Kearns Architects.

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Let’s bring RIBA’s new International Prize to the United States

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The Royal Institute of British Architects has just announced the creation of a new award and you don’t have to be a RIBA member—or even British—to enter or win the prize. It’s called The RIBA International Prize and will be awarded to a building that demonstrates visionary, innovative thinking and excellence of execution, while making distinct contribution to its users and to its physical context.

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AIA New York’s New Practices Committee Chooses Six Emerging Firms as Winners

Architecture, Awards, East
Thursday, January 28, 2016
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Studio Cadena

Studio Cadena

New Practices New York, a distinguished competition that’s part of the AIA New York chapter, announced the six winners of its 2016 biennial competition on January 28.

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Breaking: World War I Centennial Commission names winner in memorial competition

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Winning entry to World War I memorial design competition, “The Weight of Sacrifice” by Joe Weishaar & Sabin Howard. (World War I Centennial Commission)

The World War I Centennial Commission in Washington D.C. has announced Chicago–based designer Joe Weishaar and New York–based sculptor Sabin Howard as the winners of the World War I Memorial Completion.

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Pritzker Jury: Pathway to The Stars?

2016 Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena. (Courtesy la Biennale di Venezia)

2016 Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena. (Courtesy la Biennale di Venezia)

What does it mean when the winner of the 2016 Pritzker Prize—Chile’s Alejandro Aravena—just came off the jury of the very same award? He was on the jury from 2009 to 2015 and all the jurors from 2015 (The Lord Palumbo (Chair), Alejandro Aravena, Stephen Breyer, Yung Ho Chang, Kristin Feireiss, Glenn Murcutt, Richard Rogers, Benedetta Tagliabue, and Ratan N. Tata) were on the 2016 jury—except Aravena?  Two past winners were on the jury prior to receiving the award, but won 5 years after departing. Shigeru Ban served from 2006-9 and won in 2014. While Fukihiko Maki was a juror from 1985-88 and won in 93.

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Alejandro Aravena of ELEMENTAL Wins 2016 Pritzker Prize

Architecture, Awards, International, Newsletter
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
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2016 Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena. (Courtesy la Biennale di Venezia)

2016 Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena. (Courtesy la Biennale di Venezia)

Alejandro Aravena of ELEMENTAL is having a banner year. The Chilean architect—and director of the upcoming 2016 Venice Biennale—has been named the winner of the 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize. He is best known for his socially-minded approach to architecture—namely housing and disaster relief. Aravena has a number of completed projects that range from “chairs” for sitting on the ground (commissioned by Vitra) to a master plan for Santiago, Chile in the aftermath of a 2010 magnitude 8.8 earthquake and subsequent tsunami.

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“Non-artist” collective Assemble wins the 2015 Turner Prize

Art, Awards, International, News, Newsletter
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
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(Courtesy Assemble)

(Courtesy Assemble)

At a ceremony in Glasgow on Monday, the 18-member, London-based architecture and design collective Assemble was awarded the Turner Prize, for Granby Four Streets, its collaborative, community-engaged renovations of Victorian-era homes in Liverpool. The annual award is Britain’s most prestigious honor for contemporary artists under 50. This is the only the second time the Turner Prize has been awarded to more than one artist (Gilbert & George won in 1986).

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There’s a new prize in town: RIBA launches International Prize for the “world’s best new building”

Herzog & de Meuron won the 2015 RIBA Charles Jencks Award, an annual prize named for British architect and critic Charles Jencks that recognizes “major international contributions to the theory and practice of architecture.” Pictured here: the Beijing National Stadium (Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron)

Herzog & de Meuron won the 2015 RIBA Charles Jencks Award, an annual prize named for British architect and critic Charles Jencks that recognizes “major international contributions to the theory and practice of architecture.” Pictured here: the Beijing National Stadium (Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron)

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced a new prize at a ceremony in London today. The RIBA International Prize will go to the “world’s best new building.” The selection criteria are broad: the building can be “of any type or budget and in any country, which exemplifies design excellence, architectural ambition and which delivers meaningful social impact.” This is the first RIBA award open to non-RIBA members.

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David Chipperfield chosen for 2016 Rolex Mentor and Protege Arts Initiative

Architecture, Awards, International
Monday, December 7, 2015
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Museo Júmex, designed by Rolex Arts Initiative mentor David Chipperfield, has one of the largest privately held collections of Latin American contemporary art in the world (Courtesy David Chipperfield Architects)

Museo Júmex, designed by Rolex Arts Initiative mentor David Chipperfield, has one of the largest privately held collections of Latin American contemporary art in the world (Courtesy David Chipperfield Architects)

Swiss watchmaker Rolex is looking out for new talent. The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative pairs accomplished artists and designers across all disciplines with emerging practitioners for a yearlong, one-on-one mentorship. At an awards ceremony on Sunday in Mexico City, David Chipperfield was chosen as the mentor in architecture. The partnership with the as-yet-unchosen protege will begin mid-2016.

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Finally! The 2016 AIA Gold Medal goes to Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown

Architecture, Awards, National, News
Thursday, December 3, 2015
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Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown

Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.

The AIA has named Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown the winners of the 2016 AIA Gold Medal. The honor, the AIA’s highest, goes to architects whose work is likely to have a lasting influence on the practice of architecture, design, and related fields. Read More

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