The organization selected eight individuals and firms from North America as the winners.
The Architectural League of New York has announced the winners of its 2021 Emerging Voices Award, spotlighting eight North American individuals and firms “with distinct design voices that have the potential to influence the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design,” according to a press release from the organization. Beginning on March 11, each of the eight winners will share their design philosophies by participate in the Emerging Voices virtual lecture series.
This year’s Emerging Voices are Pascale Sablan, FAIA, of Beyond the Built Environment in New York; Adib Cúre and Carie Penabad of Cúre & Penabad in Miami, Fla.; Chelina Odbert of Kounkuey Design Initiative in Los Angeles, Eastern Coachella Valley, Nairobi, and Stockholm; Lori A. Brown, AIA, educator and founder of ArchiteXX in Syracuse, N.Y.; Ryan Bollom, AIA, and DK Osseo-Asare of Low Design Office in Austin, Texas, and Tema, Ghana; Craig Borum, FAIA, and Jen Maigret, AIA, of PLY+ in Ann Arbor, Mich.; Sara Zewde of Studio Zewde in New York; and José Pablo Ambrosi and Loreta Castro-Reguera of Taller Capital in Mexico City.
This year’s winners were selected from a pool of 50 entrants through a two-stage review process.
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