International Landscape Architecture Prize

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International Landscape Architecture Prize

International Landscape Architecture Prize

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF), a Washington, D.C.-based education and advocacy non-profit established in 1998 with a mission of “connecting people to places,” is creating an international landscape architecture prize (“Prize”) that will be awarded every other year, beginning in 2021. The Prize carries with it a monetary award of $100,000 and two years of public engagement activities that will raise the visibility of the honoree’s work and of landscape architecture more broadly.

The adjacent links provide additional information about the Prize: Why it was created, nomination criteria and governance, the Prize Advisory Committee, the Lead Donors, the press release announcing the Prize, and other information.

 

Image Credit: Portland Open Space Sequence, Ira Keller Forecourt Fountain, Portland, OR, 2016. Designed by Lawrence Halprin with Angela Danadjieva, 1970. Photo © Jeremy Bittermann, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Learn why we chose a work by this landscape architect.