Grant Opportunity for Mid-Level Career Architects

Grant Opportunity for Mid-Level Career Architects

Arnold W. Brunner Grant

Advanced study in any area of architectural investigation which will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching or practice of the art and science of architecture. The proposed investigation is to result in a publicly available written work, design project, research paper, or other form of presentation to be offered at the Center for Architecture.

Single award of up to $15,000.

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen engaged in the profession of architecture or a related field and have received their first professional degree at least five years prior to the date of application.

Applications must be received on February 1st by 5:00 pm EST. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. No exceptions.

Jury Guidelines
Proposals should engage in advanced architectural investigation that contributes to the practice, teaching or knowledge of the Art and Science of Architecture. The Brunner Grant is intended to be a prestigious award given to mid-career architects. Proposals should be judged on the following criteria:

Qualified Applicant qualifications
Need The project cannot be completed without funding
Contemporary Engages with contemporary architectural issues
Relevant Engages current local and global issues
Useful Project results in useful end product

Application Requirements
• Cover Sheet: The Cover Sheet must be placed on the front of hard copy submissions.
• Project Description: In approximately 1,000 words explain the background information for the project, the objective of study, as well as the method and scope of work. Applicants should keep in mind that their proposal will be reviewed by practicing architects. Add in Jury Criteria?
• Curriculum Vitae: Maximum length is three pages. Applicants may include an extended resume as supporting material.
• Budget: Applicants should include all expenses associated with the project as well as any additional sources of funding. Applicants must provide proof of matching funds and/or grants if such funding is critical to the submission.
• Work Plan: A timeline of project activities and completion dates. The feasibility of budget and work plan is taken into consideration.
• Three Letters of Recommendation: Letters of recommendation must be received by February 1st. Do not submit more than three letters.
• Application Fee: The $50.00 entry fee may be paid online, or made in the form of a check, submitted with the hard copy application, and made payable to the Center for Architecture.

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Cite: "Grant Opportunity for Mid-Level Career Architects" 20 Dec 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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