AIA Latrobe Prize

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Woodbury University's Arid Lands Institute Wins $100,000 AIA Latrobe Prize

The prize will help fund the development of a digital water mapping tool aimed at... More

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The 2011 Latrobe Prize Recipients Lay the Groundwork for Public Interest Design

For firms and individuals interested in addressing community and societal needs through architecture, the report Wisdom from the Field: Public Interest Architecture in Practice is a good starting point. More

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The American Institute of Architects Awards 2013 Latrobe Prize to Bimal Mendis and Joyce Hsiang

The award, named for architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe, recognizes promising new... More

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UrbanLab tracks individual consumption with new crowdsharing software dveloped through Latrobe Prize research. More

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AIA 2011 Latrobe Prize Given for "Public Interest Practices" Study

The AIA’s 2011 Latrobe Prize, a $100,000 grant, has been awarded to a team that will investigate “Public Interest Practice in Architecture.” More

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