The Angelus Novus Project, a collaboration of Princeton’s Form Finding Lab, UCHV’s Research Film Studio and the architecture firm SOM, has won the European Cultural Centre’s University Innovation Award. A total of 217 projects were presented at the Centre during the Architecture Biennale, which runs from April to November in Venice and involves talents from over 52 countries.
Since 2010, this prize is awarded by the European Cultural Centre and named the ECC Award. The ECC gives this award each year to an artist, architect, or designer who is dedicated to their concept over a long period of time, and whose concept and its execution is, in the opinion of the ECC, of significant meaning. The ECC has also established an award for institutions which do their utmost best to promote the research and work achieved by their students.