2014-2015 Rome Prize Winners announced

The American Academy in Rome congratulates the winners of the 118th annual Rome Prize Competition.  The winners’ were announced at the Arthur & Janet C. Ross Rome Prize Ceremony, held at the Harmonie Club in New York City on 10 April.

Each year, through a national competition, the Rome Prize is awarded to approximately thirty individuals who represent the highest standard of excellence in the arts and humanities.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Prince Charitable Trusts Rome Prize
Kim Karlsrud & Daniel Phillips
Co-Founders & Principals, Commonstudio, Los Angeles, CA
Corsophilia: Uncovering the Biodiversity of the Roman Streetscape

Garden Club of America Rome Prize
Adam Kuby
Environmental Artist/Sculptor/Designer, Portland, Ore.
Urban Ecologies/Temporal Investigations

Congratulations to Kim, Daniel and Adam. To see the full list of prize winners goto American Academy in Rome

Bradley Cantrell awarded the 2013-2014 Rome Prize

Bradley Cantrell, Director and Associate Professor, at LSU has been awarded the 2013 Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture for his proposal “Synthetic and Responsive Ecologies.”. The American Academy in Rome awards the Rome Prize to a select group of artists and scholars, after an application process that begins in the fall of each year. The winners, announced in the spring, are invited to Rome to pursue their work in an atmosphere conducive to intellectual and artistic freedom, interdisciplinary exchange, and innovation.

Congratulations to Bradley, find out more about the Rome Prize.

SOURCE | LSU – robert reich school of landscape architecture. 

Karen M’Closkey and Ross Benjamin Altheimer win Rome Prize

The American Academy in Rome announced the winners of the 116th annual Rome Prize Competition. Karen M’Closkey,  co-founder of PEG office of landscape + architecture and Ross Benjamin Altheimer, Landscape Architecture Studio Leader at Hammel Green and Abrahamson have won the Rome Prize for Landscape Architecture. Recipients of the 2012-2013 Rome Prizes are provided with a fellowship that includes a stipend, a study or studio, and room and board for a period of six months to two years in Rome, Italy.