Architecture Students Honored

2017 Acanthus Awards Copy

Rosalyn Wells | December 24, 2017

The School is pleased to announce that three Notre Dame architecture students and one alumnus were honored at the 2017 Institute of Classical Architecture and Art Acanthus Awards ceremony on November 18, 2017.  This year Brian Mork ‘13 was honored as the 2017 Architecture Fellow, while Kate Chambers, Ellen Chen and Alexander Preudhomme each accepted a student award for their design work.

During the ceremony, the Chicago-Midwest Chapter of the ICAA and Luminarts Cultural Foundation recognized Brian Mork ‘13 as the 2017 Luminarts Cultural Foundation Architecture Fellow which comes with a $5000 award and invitations to attend all Chicago-Midwest ICAA events over the next year.

The Chicago-Midwest Chapter of the ICAA presents Acanthus Awards to design professionals, students and alumni for excellent classical design work completed while practicing in the Midwest or focused on a specific area within the Midwestern region.  The ICAA offers awards for outstanding work in architecture, interior design, preservation & restoration, landscape design, the allied arts & craftsmanship, unbuilt work and student work.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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