For the past 27 years, the Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards has honored individuals, organizations, projects and programs whose work demonstrate a commitment to historic preservation. A generous grant from the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation enables Landmarks Illinois to present awards annually in various categories. The awards ceremony is held each fall.
2021 LANDMARKS ILLINOIS RICHARD H. DRIEHAUS FOUNDATION PRESERVATION AWARDS
Join us for our 2021 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards. The evening celebration at the historic Davis Theater in Chicago will include an awards ceremony honoring the nine, 2021 preservation award-winning projects and the people who made them possible. A reception with food and beverage will follow. The awards ceremony will also be available as a virtual presentation to reach Landmarks Illinois’ broad base of constituents across Illinois.
In addition to celebrating the award-winners, the event will feature a special tribute to honor the memory and creative spirit of the late Richard H. Driehaus, Landmarks Illinois’ longtime partner in preservation. The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation has generously underwritten Landmarks Illinois’ annual preservation awards program for the past 27 years. One of the 2021 selected winners will receive the Richard H. Driehaus Legacy Award for Innovation, which will be announced at the award ceremony.
(Pictured: Epiphany Center for the Arts, Recipient of a 2021 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Award for Adaptive Reuse. Credit: Tom McDonald)
The Landmarks Illinois 2021 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards Celebration is open to the public.
Friday, October 22
4614 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago
Vaccines required. See policy below*
2021 award recipients
Read about the nine exceptional preservation efforts around Illinois receiving awards this year.
(Pictured: David and Randi Howell, winners of a 2021 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Award for Stewardship, with their children at the Duncan Manor in Towanda.)Learn about this year's winners!
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Previous Award Recipients
Learn about award recipients of the Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards from 1994 to today.Past Award Recipients
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