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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Massimo Scolari, Arnold W. Brunner Prize 2014

The American Academy of Arts and Letters has honored Massimo Scolari with the Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize. Since 1955 the prestigious institution has been giving this annual award to architects who have made a significant contribution to the discipline as a creative art. Out of almost forty candidates, the jury – presided by Richard Meier and composed of Henry N. Cobb, Elizabeth Diller, Michael Graves, Hugh Hardy, Steven Holl, Cesar Pelli, James Polshek, Robert A. M. Stern, Billie Tsien and Tod Williams – decided on the Italian. Previous recipients include his compatriot Renzo Piano, Rafael Moneo and Alberto Campo Baeza. Massimo Scolari will receive the prize, which comes with a US20,000 award, in a ceremony set to take place in New York in May.

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