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How The Architectural League Gave a Platform to 30 Years of Emerging Voices

How The Architectural League Gave a Platform to 30 Years of Emerging Voices
How The Architectural League Gave a Platform to 30 Years of Emerging Voices, The Aqua Tower in Chicago by Jeanne Gang, who won the 2006 Emerging Voices award. Image © Wikimedia user Peace01234
The Aqua Tower in Chicago by Jeanne Gang, who won the 2006 Emerging Voices award. Image © Wikimedia user Peace01234

Since 1982, The Architectural League of New York's Emerging Voices awards have helped to launch hundreds of careers and consistently picked out the best and brightest in architecture. To highlight the release of a new anthology of the work of Emerging Voices' luminaries, Metropolis Magazine spoke with the League’s director, Rosalie Genevro, and the program director, Anne Rieselbach, about the mission of the Emerging Voices awards. The interview covers the changing criteria and contexts of the awards, adapting to a new form of voice in the information age and some of the award's most successful alumni. Read the full interview, including inside information on how the selection process works, over at Metropolis Magazine here.

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Cite: Dario Goodwin. "How The Architectural League Gave a Platform to 30 Years of Emerging Voices" 05 Aug 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/771260/how-the-architectural-league-gave-a-platform-to-30-years-of-emerging-voices/> ISSN 0719-8884

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