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About the Preservation Design AwardsSince 1983 over 500 projects have been recognized with a Preservation Design Award. Winning projects are selected by a jury of top professionals in the fields of architecture, engineering, planning, and history, as well as renowned architecture critics and journalists. The jury selects projects that have furthered, to a notable degree, the purposes of the profession, consistent with the California Preservation Foundation’s mission.
About the President’s AwardsPresident’s Awards honor people deserving of special recognition for their outstanding preservation efforts. Since its inception in 1991, this program has recognized more than 150 individuals and organizations whose work allows others to gain a deeper appreciation of historic resources and their value to California’s economy, environment and quality of life. All proceeds from this event support the California Preservation Foundation’s statewide education and advocacy programs.
“I hope the Oberlander Prize will spur landscape architects to innovate, be inventive and generate new ideas, and to be leaders in their community. Landscape architecture is ideally suited to deal with the environmental, social and ecological challenges we face now and the challenges we must plan for in the future. Landscape architects are a combination of artists, designers, choreographers, and scientists; they must also be leaders, especially in dealing with the effects of climate change. Through careful research, innovation, collaboration with allied professionals, and design excellence, landscape architecture can become a global leader in addressing the important issues we all face.”Oberlander is a highly-decorated, award-winning design professional whose influence most recently earned her the ranking of Companion of the Order of Canada, the highest level of the Order of Canada. Though she was born in Germany, Oberlander immigrated to the United States for a brief time to study at Smith College and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In 1951, she became a community planner in Philadelphia, eventually working alongside Dan Kiley on both the Schuylkill Falls public housing project led by architect Oskar Stonorov and the Millcreek housing project led by Louis Kahn. Two years later she established her own practice in Vancouver and quickly garnered attention for her environmentally-thoughtful design. At Expo ‘67 in Montreal, she created the Children’s Creative Center, an innovative playground that led her work on 70 playground projects in her lifetime. “It was the consensus of the Prize Advisory Committee,” said Birnbaum in a press release, “which helped shape the Prize, and TCLF’s Board of Directors that Cornelia Oberlander’s inspiring and trailblazing career in the field of landscape architecture exemplifies the critical values and ideals of the Prize, and that she is someone who embodies the Prize criteria of creativity, courage, and vision.” TCLF is in the process of raising $4.5 million to endow the prize forever and has received individual commitments of $10,000 each from donors within its 100 Women Campaign. The inaugural recipient will be announced in 2021.
Elizabeth Anderson, philosopher; Sujatha Baliga, attorney; Lynda Barry, cartoonist; Mel Chin, artist; Danielle Citron, legal scholar; Lisa Daugaard, criminal justice reformer; Annie Dorsen, theater artist; Andrea Dutton, geochemist; Jeffrey Gibson, visual artist; Mary Halvorson, guitarist; Saidiya Hartman, cultural historian; Walter Hood, landscape and public artist; Stacy Jupiter, marine scientist; Zachary Lippman, plant biologist; Valeria Luiselli, writer; Kelly Lytle Hernández, historian; Sarah Michelson, choreographer; Jeffrey Alan Miller, literary scholar; Jerry X. Mitrovica, geophysicist; Emmanuel Pratt, urban designer; Cameron Rowland, artist; Vanessa Ruta, neuroscientist; Joshua Tenenbaum, cognitive scientist; Jenny Tung, anthropologist; Ocean Vuong, writer; Emily Wilson, classicist.
The Chicago-based Graham Foundation has released a list of organizations that will receive its coveted Production and Presentation Grants to pursue architecture-related projects this year. A total of 54 organizations will be presented with financial support from the foundation, with no grantee’s allocation exceeding $30,000 and few receiving the full amount requested. In line with the Graham Foundation’s mission to “foster the development and exchange of diverse and challenging ideas about architecture,” awardees will receive assistance with production-related expenses for a variety of undertakings that aim to enrich architectural discourse, including films, publications, exhibitions, and lectures. Final decisions were made on the basis of four criteria: originality, feasibility, capacity, and potential for impact.
The winning projects for 2020 are split into four distinct categories—exhibitions; film, video, and new media projects; public programs; and publications—and were submitted by a wide range of institutions, companies, and non-profits. Among the grantees are Boston’s MASS Design Group, Michael Sorkin’s Terreform, the Oslo Architecture Triennale, and the University of Chicago’s South Side Home Movie Project. Several past grant recipients received funding for new projects this year, including the Museum of Modern Art for a publication on the work of Robert Venturi and Mexico City-based LIGA-Space for Architecture, which is working to highlight Latin American designers in its annual public program. Here is the full list of the 2020 recipients and their respective projects:
EXHIBITIONS (19 awards)
Àkéte Art Foundation Lagos, Nigeria How To Build a Lagoon with Just a Bottle of Wine?, 2nd Lagos Biennial
ArchiteXX Syracuse, NY Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968
Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL In a Cloud, in a Wall, in a Chair: Six Modernists in Mexico at Midcentury
Chicago Architecture Biennial Chicago, IL Graham Foundation Artistic Director
Cranbrook Art Museum Bloomfield Hills, MI Ruth Adler Schnee: Modern Designs for Living
Elmhurst Art Museum Elmhurst, IL Assaf Evron & Claudia Weber
El Museo Francisco Oller y Diego Rivera Buffalo, NY Paul Rudolph’s Shoreline Apartments
Equitable Vitrines Los Angeles, CA Florian Hecker
Landmark Columbus Foundation Columbus, IN Good Design and the Community: 2019 Exhibition, Exhibit Columbus
LIGA–Space for Architecture Mexico City, Mexico LIGA Public Program 2019–2020
Madison Square Park Conservancy New York, NY Martin Puryear: Liberty/Libertà: US Pavilion, 58th International Art Exhibition
Materials & Applications Los Angeles, CA Staging Construction
National Building Museum Washington, DC Architecture is Never Neutral: The Work of MASS Design Group
National Trust for Historic Preservation—Farnsworth House Plano, IL Edith Farnsworth Reconsidered
Oslo Architecture Triennale Oslo, Norway Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019
Serpentine Galleries London, United Kingdom Serpentine Pavilion 2019 by Junya Ishigami
Storefront for Art and Architecture New York, NY Building Cycles
Toronto Biennial of Art Toronto, Canada Learning from Ice
University of Illinois at Chicago—College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts Chicago, IL A Certain Kind of Life
FILM/VIDEO/NEW MEDIA PROJECTS (4 awards)
Architectural Association School of Architecture London, United Kingdom Architecture in Translation
The Funambulist Paris, France The Funambulist Network
MASS Design Group Boston, MA The Whole Architect: Giancarlo De Carlo
University of Chicago—South Side Home Movie Project Chicago, IL South Side Home Movie Project Interactive Digital Archive
PUBLIC PROGRAMS (6 awards)
Association of Architecture Organizations Chicago, IL 2019 Design Matters Conference
Harvard University—Graduate School of Design—African American Student Union Cambridge, MA Black Futurism: Creating a More Equitable Future
Independent Curators International New York, NY Curatorial Forum
Lampo Chicago, IL Lampo 2019 Concert Series at the Graham Foundation
New Architecture Writers London, United Kingdom Constructive Criticism
University of Michigan—A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Ann Arbor, MI Re: Housing: Detroit
PUBLICATIONS (25 awards)
Anyone Corporation New York, NY Log: Observations on Architecture and the Contemporary City, Issues 47, 48, and 49
ETH Zurich—gta exhibitions Zurich, Switzerland Inside Outside / Petra Blaisse
Flat Out Inc. Chicago, IL Flat Out, Issues 5 and 6
Harvard University—Graduate School of Design–New Geographies Cambridge, MA New Geographies 11: Extraterrestrial
Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, Germany Counter Gravity: The Architecture Films of Heinz Emigholz
Instituto Bardi/Casa de Vidro São Paulo, Brazil Casa de Vidro: The Bardis’ Life between Art, Architecture and Landscape
The Museum of Modern Art New York, NY Robert Venturi’s Complexity and Contradiction at Fifty
Northwestern University Press Evanston, IL Southern Exposure: The Overlooked Architecture of Chicago’s South Side
Paprika! New Haven, CT Paprika! Volume V
Places Journal San Francisco, CA Reservoir: Nature, Culture, Infrastructure
PRAXIS, Inc. Boston, MA PRAXIS, Issue 15: Bad Architectures
Produzioni Nero Scrl Rome, Italy Scenes from the Life of Raimund Abraham
REAL foundation London, United Kingdom Kommunen in der Neuen Welt: 1740–1972
Rice University—School of Architecture Houston, TX PLAT 9.0
The School of Architecture at Taliesin Scottsdale, AZ WASH Magazine, Issues 003 and 004
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum New York, NY Countryside, The Future
Southern California Institute of Architecture Los Angeles, CA LA8020
Standpunkte Basel, Switzerland Archetypes: David Ross
The Studio Museum in Harlem New York, NY The Smokehouse Associates
Terreform New York, NY UR (Urban Research) 2019
University of California, Los Angeles—Department of Architecture and Urban Design Los Angeles, CA POOL, Issue No. 5
University of Florida—Graduate School of Architecture Gainesville, FL VORKURS_Dérive
University of Maryland, College Park—School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation College Park, MD See/Saw, No. 2: Difference
University of Miami—School of Architecture Coral Gables, FL Cuban Modernism: Mid-Century Architecture, 1940–1970
Yale University Press New Haven, CT Mies van der Rohe: The Architect in His Time
For centuries, the Swiss tradition of Emmentaler AOP cheese production has focused on the art of cheesemaking, on artisan skills and on HAND MADE expertise, all underpinned by a caring attitude towards nature, time, materials, know-how and the vital energy of the environment we live in.
In order to be able to continue to read, refresh and interpret its own values in an innovative, contemporary and disruptive way, from the outset Emmentaler Switzerland has always been very keen and interested in engaging, supporting and promoting the world of art, talent and creativity for all.
As was the case in past competitions, exhibitions and communication initiatives, Emmentaler Switzerland is launching a new open creative competition for the collection, valorisation and exhibition of a broad selection of works and thematic artworks.
THE SWISS ORIGINAL
As part of the new globalisation of recent decades, we have learned to appreciate not only certain values and products shared by many civilisations, but also values and products expressly linked to the geographical, historical and cultural origins of specific local areas.
This competition aims to collect, valorise and exhibit artworks that tell stories of Swiss originality. Originality intended in terms of both methods and content that are more specifically and quintessentially “Swiss”, as well as those that are more ironic, interpretative and disruptive.
For all information: https://bit.ly/SwissOriginal
Upload phase: 29th April 2019 – 5th September 2019
Community Vote: 5th September 2019 – 19th September 2019 (1.59 PM UTC)
Jury Vote: from 5th September 2019
Winner announcement: during the Exhibition-Event, in November 2019
The total award pool amounts to €36,000.00, split into 6 awards and 6 special mentions.
Entering the competition is free and open to everyone over the age of 18 on the date of registration, without any limit of nationality, profession, education, expertise or other form of restriction, except for being 18 at the time of participating in the contest.
Contest under the patronage of Brera - Accademia di Belle Arti and with the support of Cumulus Association
EXHIBITION - EVENT
In the first half of November 2019, a major Exhibition-Event will be organised in Milan featuring the winning projects, the projects that receive mentions and a broad selection of those deemed to be of high quality and pertinent in consideration of the general objectives of the competition.
PANEL OF JUDGES
Andrea Amichetti, Zero - Founder
Stefano Aronica, Consortium Emmentaler AOP
Giovanna Frova, Switzerland Cheese Marketing Italy
Maria Cristina Galli, Accademia di Brera - Vice Director
Michael Krohn, ZhdK Zürich Hochschule der Künste - Cumulus Association
Stefano Maffei, PoliFactory - Director
Massimo Bruto Randone, SosDesign - Founder
Antonio Riccardi, SEM - Editor and Poet
Toni Thorimbert, Studio Thorimbert - Photographer
Desall.com is an open innovation platform dedicated to design and innovation, that offers to companies a participatory design tool involving in the creative process an international community coming from all over the world. To date Desall gathers more than 100000 creatives from over 210 countries and has collaborated with international brands like Luxottica, Whirlpool, Electrolux, ALESSI, Enel, Leroy Merlin, KINDER, Barilla, illy, Chicco, Mondadori and many more.
Thanks for the contamination of different cultural backgrounds and creative industries, the Desall community is able to provide high-quality project solutions for every product development phase requested by the client, from concept to product design, from naming to packaging.
- Registration and Payment Due: Jan. 25, 2019
- Submission Uploads Due: Feb. 22, 2019
- AIA Miami & GMBHA members: $125 per entry
- Non-Members: $200 per entry