March 20, 2007
by Murrye Bernard Assoc. AIA LEED AP

The American Institute of Architects College of Fellows has awarded its 2007 Latrobe Prize of $100,000 for the proposal, “On the Water, A Model for the Future: A Study of New York and New Jersey Upper Bay,” which was presented to principal investigator Guy Nordenson, professor, structural engineering, Princeton University School of Architecture and founder of Guy Nordenson and Associates, NY… Other recipients of the Latrobe Prize, and participants in the project, include Stan Allen, AIA, Catherine Seavitt, AIA, and James Smith, Princeton University; Michael Tantala, Tantala Associates; and Adam Yarinsky, FAIA, and Stephen Cassell, AIA, Architecture Research Office…

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America announced the winners of the 2007 Arthur Ross Awards for Excellence in the Classical Tradition. NYC-area winners are: The Rambusch Company (Artisanship); Acanthus Press LLC (Publishing); and World Monuments Fund (Stewardship). In addition, Robert A.M. Stern, FAIA, was given special recognition by the Board of Directors, prompted by the recent publication of New York 2000: Architecture and Urbanism Between the Bicentennial and the Millennium as the final volume in his five-part series…

James R. Martin, AIA, has joined the firm of daSILVA Architects, as a principal… Julia Nelson, AIA, and Todd Poisson, AIA, have been promoted to Associate Partners at BKSK Architects… Spacesmith named John Coburn, AIA, Director of Operations… Thomas J. Scialo has joined SBLM Architects as Director of Construction Administration… Stephen E. Gottlieb, AIA, has joined SUPERSTRUCTURES Engineers + Architects as Senior Preservation Architect…

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