The seven inaugural MCHAP finalists projects, represented by their architects and clients, will be celebrated at a day-long series of events for students, faculty and the general public on October 22nd at S. R. Crown Hall. The celebration will culminate with an Award Benefit Dinner starting at 6:00 p.m. during which the Inaugural MCHAP winner will be announced.
The day will begin with sessions designed to give students and faculty an opportunity to interact with the architects and clients of the seven buildings selected by the jury as MCHAP Inaugural Finalists:
1111 Lincoln Road In Miami, Fl, USA Herzog & de Meuron Jacques Herzog Pierre de Meuron Christine Binswanger Jason Frantzen UIA Management, LLC Robert Wennett, President Jeff Weinstein, Director of Development
Altamira Residential Building Rosario, Argentina Rafael Iglesia Arquitectura Guillermina Iglesia Maria Eva Contesti
Capilla del Retiro, Los Andes, Chile Undurraga Deves Arquitectos Cristian Undurraga Pablo Lopez
Iberê Camargo Foundation, Porto Alegre, Brazil Álvaro Siza Arquitecto Álvaro Siza Jorge Silva Jose Luiz Canal
Mestizo Restaurant, Santiago, Chile Smiljan Radic Studio Cecilia Puga Mestizo Restaurant Igancio Murua, Owner
Nelson-Atkins Museum Of Art, Bloch Building, Kansas City, Mo, USA Steven Holl Architects Chris McVoy Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Marc Wilson, Director Emeritus
Seattle Central Library, Seattle, WA, USA OMA/LMN Joshua Prince-Ramus Carol Patterson Seattle Central Library Deborah Jacobs, Director, Gates Foundation Global Library Initiative Marcellus Turner, City Librarian
The public portion of the day will take place in the afternoon, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., in S. R. Crown Hall with a dialogue featuring the jury and architects.
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