Thomas Norman Rajkovich, '83

Thomas Norman Rajkovich, '83

Michael C. Duda Visiting Professor of the Practice

trajkovi@nd.edu

Thomas Norman Rajkovich leads a practice on Chicago’s North Shore, undertaking work across the country. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in 1983 as the Henry Adams scholar and subsequently returned to study in the Eternal City as an Affiliated Fellow of the American Academy in Rome. In partnership with Prof. David Mayernik, he won the international competition for the Completion of the Capitol Grounds in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1986 and was selected for an Arthur Ross Award in Architecture from Classical America in 1987. He was named to his generation's Forty Under Forty recognition by a jury chaired by Robert A. M. Stern in 1995. In 2005, he was named the recipient of the Orlando T. Maione Award for distinguished contributions to the School of Architecture. He has been the recipient of multiple Acanthus Awards from the Midwest Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, where he serves as a member of the Education Committee. He has contributed essays to numerous publications including The Intellectual Life of the ArchitectDurability in Construction and Building Classical. His work has been published and exhibited internationally and he is a frequent lecturer to both academic and public audiences. In 2008, he was named a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Advancement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

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