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2024 Jeff Harnar Awards

The 2024 Jeff Harnar Awards for Architecture are now accepting submissions. The Jeff Harnar Awards program was created by Garrett Thornburg in 2007 to honour the memory of architect Jeff Harnar, known for his groundbreaking design in contemporary architecture in New Mexico. This award recognizes recently completed works of architecture in the Four Corner states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Entries should push the definition of exemplary design in the Southwest.

For 2024 the program includes the following six categories:

  • Contemporary Architecture in the Southwest ($10,000 Prize)
  • Unbuilt Architecture ($3,000 Prize)
  • Unbuilt Landscape Architecture ($3,000 Prize)
  • Social Justice in Architecture ($3,000 Prize – Jury’s selection from all submissions)
  • Student Architecture (First Place $2,000 & Second Place $1,000)
  • Student Landscape Architecture (First Place $2,000 & Second Place $1,000)

The Jeff Harnar Awards are made possible by the Thornburg Foundation, who has sponsored this program for the past 17 years. The University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture + Planning organizes the competition and determines both the award process and selection of the jury.

Eligibility:

  • Open to architects and architecture firms based anywhere in the world. For the student awards, the students or recent graduates (2021-2023) must be from an accredited program of architecture and landscape architecture in the United States.
  • Previous recipients of the award are eligible to enter new works.
  • The submitted building must be located in one of the Four Corner states and have been completed between January 1, 2018-December 31, 2023.
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