Harvard Names Seven Finalists for the 2014 Wheelwright Prize

The Finalists Projects. (Courtesy Harvard GSD)

The Finalists Projects. (Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) has announced seven finalists for the $100,000 Wheelwright Grant which is awarded annually for travel-based architectural research. This prize was first given in 1935 to purely GSD grads until it was revamped in 2013 to be an open competition.

The 2014 competition received nearly 200 submissions from 46 countries. The jury awarded special commendation to seven individuals for their exceptional design talent and imaginative research proposals. The winner will be announced on April 30th.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Jose Ahedo
Studio Ahedo
Barcelona

Wheelwright proposal: Domesticated Grounds: Design and Domesticity Within Animal Farming Systems.

Jose Ahedo established his own firm, Studio Ahedo, in 2010. His first completed project is Blanca, a dairy complex in the Pyrenees, which includes 13 buildings comprising animal facilities, research labs, and an education center.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Ana Dana Beros
Think Space
Zagreb, Croatia

Wheelwright proposal: INTERMUNDIA: Re-Imagining Border-Scape in Mediterranean Countries.

Ana Dana Beros is an independent architect, curator, editor, educator, and exhibition designer.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Alison Crawshaw
Alison Crawshaw Architecture
London

Wheelwright proposal: The Poison and the Cure: Rubbish in the Information Age.

Alison wrote a thesis on illegal building practices in Rome during her time as a Rome Scholar.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Masaaki Iwamoto
Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Ho Chi Minh City

Wheelwright proposal: Tropical Skin: Study on New Building Envelope for Tropical Megacities.

His work includes low-cost housing, a kindergarten, and workplaces, has been widely published.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Jimenez Lai
Bureau Spectacular
Chicago

Wheelwright proposal: Caricatures, Fictions and Hyperboles: A Revisit of the World of Wonders.

Jimenez Lai is the principal of Bureau Spectacular and an assistant architecture professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Sean Lally
Weathers
Chicago

Wheelwright proposal: Climate Design: The Architecture of Energies.

Sean Lally is the founder of the firm Weathers and assistant architecture professor at the University of Illinois in Chicago.

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

(Courtesy Harvard GSD)

Kaz Yoneda
Takram Design Engineering
Tokyo

Wheelwright proposal: Utopics of Cities: Amorphous Contemporaneity of Ideal.

Kaz Yoneda is the founder of the Architecture and Space Design Unit at Takram Design Engineering

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