Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture

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The Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Architecture recognizes individuals for distinguished contributions to the field of architecture. The Medal in Architecture has been jointly awarded each year by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello and the University of Virginia School of Architecture since 1966. Along with the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Law, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen Leadership, and the Thomas Jefferson Medal in Global Innovation, the awards are the highest external honors bestowed by the University, which grants no honorary degrees. [1]

Recipients
Year Name Country
1966 Mies Van Der Rohe Chicago, Illinois
1967 Alvar Aalto Helsinki, Finland
1968 Marcel Breuer New York, New York
1969 John Ely Burchard Boston, Massachusetts
1970 Kenzo Tange Tokyo, Japan
1971 Josep Lluis Sert Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
1972 Lewis Mumford Amenia, New York
1973 Jean Labatut Princeton, New Jersey
1974 Frei Otto Warmbronn, West Germany
1975 Sir Nikolaus Pevsner London, England
1976 I. M. Pei New York, New York
1977 Ada Louise Huxtable New York, New York
1978 Philip Johnson New York, New York
1979 Lawrence Halprin San Francisco, California
1980 Hugh A. Stubbins Cambridge, Massachusetts
1981 Edward Larrabee Barnes New York, New York
1982 Vincent J. Scully New Haven, Connecticut
1983 Robert Venturi Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1984 H. H. Aga Khan Gouvieux, France
1985 Leon Krier London, England
1986 James Stirling London, England
1987 Dan Kiley Charlotte, Vermont
1988 Romaldo Giurgola New York, New York
1989 Paul Mellon Upperville, Virginia
1990 Fumihiko Maki Tokyo, Japan
1991 John V. Lindsay New York, New York
1992 Aldo Rossi Milan, Italy
1993 Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk and Andres Duany Miami, Florida
1994 Frank O. Gehry Los Angeles, California
1995 Ian McHarg Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1996 Jane Jacobs Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1997 Jaime Lerner Curitiba, Brazil
1998 Jaquelin T. Robertson New York, New York
1999 Richard Rogers London, England
2000 Daniel Patrick Moynihan New York, New York
2001 Glenn Murcutt Sydney, Australia
2002 James Turrell Flagstaff, Arizona
2003 Tod Williams and Billie Tsien New York, New York
2004 Peter Walker Berkeley, California
2005 Shigeru Ban Tokyo, Japan
2006 Peter Zumthor Haldenstein, Switzerland
2007 Zaha Hadid Baghdad, Iraq
2008 Gro Harlem Brundtland Oslo, Norway
2009 Robert Irwin San Diego, California
2010 Edward O. Wilson Cambridge, Massachusetts
2011 Maya Lin New York, New York
2012 Rafael Moneo Tudela, Navarre, Spain
2013 Laurie Olin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2014 Toyo Ito Tokyo, Japan
2015 Herman Hertzberger Amsterdam, Netherlands
2016 Sri Lanka Cecil Balmond
2017 Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara Republic of Ireland

References

  1. ^ University of Virginia Undergraduate Record, 2015-2016: University Regulations: Academic: Honorary Degrees

External links

  • Thomas Jefferson Foundation. "Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals." Accessed April 11, 2016.
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