Art: Bieg of Armour

The most important award in the field of architecture in the U. S., the Paris Prize of the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects, was won by Harry Kurt Bieg, 24, student of the Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago; S. R. Moore of Columbia University was second. The prize constitutes the holder the guest of the French Government for two and a half years at the École des Beaux Arts. The Architects' Association also provides $3,000 for living and traveling expenses during the period.

This year's problem was to plan a "Transportation Institute," with museum, laboratories, shops and fields included. When the problem...

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