Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), Collaborative Practice Award

The ACSA Collaborative Practice Award honours the best practices in school-based community outreach programs. The award recognizes programs that demonstrate how faculty, students, and community/civic clients work to realize common objectives.

In North America, the ACSA awards counts among the most prominent creative practice awards honouring projects developed in the academic arena.


Year: 2012

Location: Washington, DC, USA

Aziza Chaouni: sole recipient

Project: “Ain N’sissa Eco Tourism Facilities”

Role in Project: principal investigator

Selection Process: blind peer review

Jury Members: Gregory Luhan (Un. of Kentucky), Patricia Kucker (Un. of Cincinnati), Laura Meador (American Institute of Architecture Students), Daniel Friedman (Un. of Washington), and Nicholas de Monchaux (Un. of Berkeley)