Bob Stern takes 2011 Richard H Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture

March 25, 2011

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Architect Robert A.M. Stern will receive a Driehaus Prize on March 26.

Robert A.M. Stern is already a highly acclaimed architect. But soon the Dean of Architecture at Yale architecture will also be a winner of a Driehaus Prize. The award comes with $200,000 – making it the largest prize of its kind. To find out more about Stern, Eight Forty-Eight turned to Ed Keegan. Ed Keegan is an independent Chicago architect. He also writes, teaches and broadcasts on a variety of architectural subjects. The Richard H Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture will be presented in Chicago on March 26.