Alumnus Gregory Delaney’s Good Grids Studio Wins Architect Magazine Studio Prize Award

Good Grids, a summer studio taught by Knowlton School alumnus Gregory Delaney (BSARCH ’08, MARCH ’10), currently clinical assistant professor of architecture at the University of Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning, has been awarded Architect Magazine’s inaugural Studio Prize. Good Grids was one of six courses out of 150 submissions reviewed by a jury consisting of Jeanne Gang, Jimenez Lai, and Bernard Tschumi.

From the journal award announcement:

“Part studio, part traveling classroom, Good Grids took its inspiration from a 1913 competition run by the City Club of Chicago, in which architects and planners offered up new takes on the traditional street grid, which at the time was threatening to turn the nation’s rapidly expanding cities into cookie-cutter wastelands.”

To learn more about the Good Grids submission and the other wining course entries, visit the Architecture Magazine Studio Prize announcement page, or the Good Grids Prize Winner page.