Architecture Alumnus Wins Shutze Award

Author: Rosalyn Wells

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The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA) Southeast chapter presented the Shutze Award to architecture alumnus, Jacques Levet ‘15 for his proposal for the New Orleans Center of Architecture.  The Shutze Awards Design Competition is held annually and recognizes classical and traditional work in architecture, interior design, landscape design, artisanship, restoration, and student and emerging professional work.

The Shutze Awards are named after Philip Trammell Shutze, a revered classical architect who was based in Atlanta.  The awards are presented to architects and designers who are based in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.  The award may also be presented to architects and designers based outside of the southeastern region but who completed projects based in the region.

Jacques Levet was recognized at an award ceremony held in Atlanta in March 2018.