The Blinder Award is presented biennially to an architect or other professional in a related historic preservation field for a proposal exploring architecture and preservation. The proposal may focus on a real project or it may be a polemical exercise; in either case, originality is highly valued. The proposal must advance architectural preservation in the United States. The product can be graphic, text-based or a combination of both and must be able to be shared with the architecture and preservation community. The award is for a sum not to exceed $15,000.Established in honor of architect Richard L. Blinder, this award has been presented biennially to an architect or other professional in a related historic preservation field to support their exploration of the myriad issues intersecting architecture and preservation.
Past recipients include:
- Reinventing the Broadway Theatre
- Bronx River Right-of-Way
Applications must be submitted by October 25, 2017, 11PM EST
. Please visit www.fitchfoundation.org to learn more about criteria for evaluation and eligibility.
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Posted: September 19, 2017
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