2017 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame Laureate
Guidelines for Open Nominations
Established in 2003, the Richard H. Driehaus Prize honors, promotes and encourages architectural excellence that applies the principles of traditional, classical and sustainable architecture and urbanism in contemporary society and environments. It is presented annually by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture to an outstanding architect in recognition of their work.
Richard H. Driehaus, the founder and chairman of Driehaus Capital Management in Chicago, established the award program through Notre Dame because of its reputation as a national leader in incorporating the ideals of traditional and classical architecture into the task of modern urban development. In 2007, Mr. Driehaus announced that he was doubling the award to a $200,000 unrestricted prize.
- Should be an architect with a distinguished career
- Should be accomplished in the disciplines of Traditional or Classical Architecture and/or Urban Design
- Should have designed structures that create positive, long-lasting societal contributions (culturally, environmentally, artistically)
- Should be an advocate of the traditional city and the public realm
- Should emphasize sustainability and innovation
- Please submit a written biography (maximum of 750 words)
- Please submit a Chronological Project List
- Please submit sixteen (16) jpg images at 300 dpi showing built work or professional design
- Please submit a document that provides a caption for each submitted image (up to 50 words)
Submissions for the 2017 prize are due on September 7, 2016 - Click here to submit.