Eric Owen Moss, Wes Jones, Tom Kundig, and Lebbeus Woods have won the American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Awards for 2007, the academy announced last week. Moss received The Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize, which is awarded to an architect who makes a significant contribution to architecture as an art. Jones and Kundig received honors for exhibiting work characterized by a strong personal direction, while Woods was lauded for exploring architectural ideas through the use of different media.
The architects will be feted at the Academy’s annual award and induction ceremony in May. Additionally, drawings and models of their work will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Academy’s galleries in Manhattan, from May 18 through June 10.