The purpose of this award is to recognize an outstanding influence on our built environment or our awareness of it.
|Robert Campbell and
Peter Vanderwarker (1999)
|Boston Survivors Accessibility
|MBTA (2013)||Trustees of Reservations (1997)|
|Edward Linde (2012, posthumous)||AGC of Massachusetts (1996)|
|Boston Harbor Island Alliance (2011)||The Boston Globe (1995)|
|Boston Public Library (2010)||UrbanArts/Pam Worden (1994)|
|Emerson College (2009)||Bridge Design Review Cte. (1993)|
|Boston Redevelopment Authority (2008)||Fred Salvucci (1992)|
|Norman Leventhal (2007)||Boston Preservation Alliance (1991)|
|Boston Harbor Assn. (2006)||National Parks Service,
N.E. Office (1990)
|Adaptive Environments (2005)||Harbor Clean-Up Project (1989)|
|Citizen Schools (2004)||SPNEA/Nancy Coolidge (1988)|
|“Back to the Beaches” (2003)||MDC (1987)|
|Boston By Foot (1986)|
|Women’s Institute for Housing
& Economic Development (2001)
|First Night (1985; first year given)|
|Cambridge Historical Commission (2000)|
The individual, group, concept, or object (other than an architect or a building) has influenced significantly our built environment or our awareness of it. Prospective recipients might be a public agency, a public policy, or a private developer/user who encourages good design. Also eligible would be such diverse candidates as a publication or an outstanding education program.
Deadline: February 22, 2017.