15th Vincent Scully Prize

he National Building Museum presents the fifteenth Vincent Scully Prize to Joshua David and Robert Hammond, for their work in creating one of the most successful urban revitalization projects to date, New York City’s High Line. Since its first section opened in 2009, the High Line has served as a catalyst for the re-development of Manhattan’s West Side and has prompted more than $2 billion in investment in the neighborhood. Introduction by Pulitzer Prize winning atchitecture critic and 14th Scully Prize recipient Paul Goldberger.

by National Building Museum


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