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Rapson Competition

Rapson Competition

This competition for recent graduates and young architects is an opportunity to advance their education in architecture by pursuing foreign or domestic travel-study. The Fellowship award provides $10,000 to an individual selected on the basis of a weekend, juried design competition.
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MAF at the AIA Minnesota Convention

About the Foundation

The Minnesota Architectural Foundation (MAF) originated in 1970 as MSA Foundation for Environmental Research, with a purpose of studying potential computer applications in architecture. In 1979, following receipt of a bequest from William Berget, the name was changed to MSAIA Architectural Foundation, incorporated for charitable, scientific and educational purposes. Contact us to be included in future MAF news and information.

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