Originally accessed:
3/22/2004
Organization:
Southern California Institute of Architecture
Notes:
Raimund Abraham Teaches: [at SCIARC, c.3/22/2004] Vertical Design Studio Raimund Abraham immigrated to the United States in 1964 and has wide teaching experience in Europe and the United States where he has taught at the Cooper Union and Pratt Institute since 1971. His work has been shown widely throughout Europe, Mexico, and the U.S. with exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art, New York / Moderna Museet, Stockholm / Museo Correr, Venezia / Centre Pompidou, Paris / Pinakothek Athens / National Gallery, Berlin / Leo Castelli Gallery, New York / Architektur Museum, Frankfurt / Biennale Venezia / Krinzinger Gallery, Innsbruck / Architectural League, New York, and the Graham Foundation, Chicago. Awards include: 2nd Prize for a Cultural Center in Leopoldville, Congo, (with F.Gartler-St.Florian) 1959, 2nd Prize Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1st Prize Rainbow Plaza, Niagara Falls, 2nd Prize Shinkenshiko Residential Design Competition, Tokyo, 1st Prize IBA-Berlin, 2nd Prize Paris Opera, 1st Prize Times Square Tower, New York, Stone Lion Award at the Architecture Biennale in Venice, 3rd Prize The New Acropolis Museum, Athens, 1st Prize Austrian Cultural Institute, New York, 1st Prize Lungo Lago, Ascona, Switzerland.
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