Call for applications

Candidats français : Les dossiers préliminaires sont recevables à partir de fin 2018. Pour toute information complémentaire concernant le prochain Jury à Paris (fin 2019) veuillez contacter Florence Jeanjean, RMHP France Program Director:

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The next American Jury will gather in Washington, D.C., in Fall 2020 to award the Richard Morris Hunt Prize to two American architects, a Fellow and a Scholar. Research travels will take place in France during 2021.

To apply, please follow this link to the AIA Architects Foundation


Richard Morris Hunt Prize Contacts

– Michèle le Menestrel Ullrich
French Heritage Society Founding President
RMHP Founder, Co-Chairman
Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur, Officier des Arts et des Lettres
– James Walbridge, FAIA
President, Architects Foundation

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– Florence Jeanjean France Managing Team Director

– Cynthia Lasserre de Vézeronce
– Diane Saint Olive
– Donatella Andréani
– José Maria Ullrich y Rojas

AIA Architects Foundation

Kyle Brooks RMH Fellow 2003 part of the book Vieux-Lyon doubles vues, 50 ans de secteur sauvegardé

Vieux Lyon Doubles Vues

Vieux Lyon Doubles Vues

Thursday, May 22, Renaissance du Vieux-Lyon launches the book Vieux Lyon doubles vues,  50 ans de secteur sauvegardé, during opening party / debate organized by the publisher Livres EMCC at Gadagne Museum 19h. This openign party / debate will be followed by a dedicace.
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At the eve of the century Anniversary of the Great War I, 1914 – 1918

Memorial Day

The Lafayette Escadrille Memorial

By Philippe Martial, Directeur Honoraire du Senat, translation : Cynthia Lasserre de Vezeronce

There was historic French participation in the American War of Independance, most famously by Lafayette, and it is undeniable that Americans reciprocated most generously with their decisive aide to the French army in 1918. Many accounts honor their courage.
We should quote our friend Nicole Willk-Brocard about ” that glorious adventure,symbol of Franco-American friendship”. She emphasizes the “enthusiastic surge of solidarity which inspired these young American pilots” who came to fight on French soil, grouped together in what would become the well-named Escadrille Lafayette. Nicole has firsthand knowledge; her father, General Brocard, was its commanding officer and he was so imbued with the reigning spirit of solidarity that he requested to be buried with his companions of arms
These pilots were so heroic that it became imperative to perpetuate the memory of their achievements with a Memorial.

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