The winner of the 2013 Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize was announced at the 2013 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards in Canberra, 20 March 2013. Congratulations to Peter Corrigan AM.
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The Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize was originally established as the Architectural Education Prize in 2001 to recognise the significance of architectural education in the promotion and improvement of the built environment. The Prize acknowledges an outstanding contribution in architectural education in one or more areas of: teaching, scholarship, research, leadership and community engagement.
The Architectural Education Prize was re-named in 2005 in honour of the late Professor Neville Quarry's outstanding contribution to architectural education in Australia. An Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medalist in 1994, Neville was renowned for his ability as an academic and the way in which he inspired and encouraged young minds to question, challenge and explore the world of space and form.
Previous Prize winners are Professor Jennifer Taylor; Professor Lindsay Johnston; Curtin University of Technology lecturers: Errol Tout/Stephen Parkin (joint winners); the late Rory Spence, University of Tasmania; Professor Leon van Schaik, RMIT University; Professor Deo Prasad, Director of the UNSW Centre for a Sustainable Built Environment (SOLARCH); Bill Busfield, University of Western Australia, the late Dr Paula Whitman, Queensland University of Technology and Professor Graham Brawn, University of Melbourne.
2001 - 2011 Winners
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