In doing so, chemicals were avoided and the intricate details could be cleaned evenly. [25] Driehaus donated $30 million to DePaul University in 2012—the largest gift DePaul has ever received. Driehaus has given widely both individually and through the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation and the Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Trust. [14][22], Driehaus restored the sooty black exterior of the mansion to its original buff-colored sandstone facade with a two-inch laser over 18 months—the first building in the United States to be restored with such technology, although the practice has been fairly common in Europe over the past 30 years. [6][16] The first American to win the prize was Allan Greenberg in 2006, who redesigned the interior of more than 30 rooms of the U.S. Department of State. [16], The first recipient of the Driehaus Prize was Léon Krier, who helped lay the theoretical framework for New Urbanism and designed the Prince of Wales' model town of Poundbury in England. [8][13], In his 2012 interview with Michael Lykoudis, Driehaus gives his inspiration for establishing the prize: "I believe architecture should be of human scale, representational form, and individual expression that reflects a community's architectural heritage. We want something more representational,"[19] but he has also criticized the closed selection process. [25][26], Driehaus was an early supporter of Lisa Nigro's Inspiration Cafe in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, a nonprofit that helps 3,000 people each year by providing food, housing, and other services. The AIA noted his sponsorship of several design competitions which produced the IIT Campus Center, The Millennium Park Lurie Garden, and the Daniel Burnham Memorial, as well as the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture. [8][9] He later founded Driehaus Mutual Funds in 1996, and Driehaus Capital Management (USVI) LLC in 1997.[8][10]. Richard Herman Driehaus (* 1942 in Chicago) ist ein US-amerikanischer Unternehmer, Anleger, wohltätiger Philanthrop und Mäzen. In 2000, he was named to Barron's "All-Century" team of the 25 individuals who have been the most influential within the mutual fund … There is a delight, proportion, and harmony in classical architecture that I wasn’t finding in the contemporary buildings coming up around me in Chicago. He also received an honorary doctorate degree from DePaul in 2002. Retrieved from Highbeam Business Septmenber 2015: Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture, "Richard Driehaus’ Long-Term Stock Picks", "Richard Driehaus launches private-equity fund. Retrieved from Highbeam Business Septmenber 2015: Last edited on 17 September 2020, at 15:34, Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture, "Richard Driehaus’ Long-Term Stock Picks", "Richard Driehaus launches private-equity fund. [8] He is also involved in the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Landmarks Illinois,[20] and the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation. There is a delight, proportion, and harmony in classical architecture that I wasn’t finding in the contemporary buildings coming up around me in Chicago. The Richard H. Driehaus Museum explores the art, architecture, and design of the late 19th-century with a focus on the Gilded Age. In 1976, he became director of research and a money manager for Jesup & Lamont. [5], Driehaus attended high school at St. Ignatius College Prep and received his undergraduate (1965) and master's (1970) degrees in business from DePaul University. [25][26] This contribution is used to recruit and retain faculty at the College of Commerce, which was renamed the Richard H. Driehaus College of Business. [15] The award has been given to architects associated with postmodernism, such as Michael Graves (2012) and David M. Schwarz (2015). Prior to her current positions, she served as chair of the Prague Committee of the Chicago Sister Cities … The Museum is located just steps from the Magnificent Mile within the meticulously restored Nickerson Mansion, renowned as Gilded Age Chicago’s “Marble Palace.” [25][26] This contribution is used to recruit and retain faculty at the College of Commerce, which was renamed the Richard H. Driehaus College of Business. Marchetti, Domenica (2000). Mai 2019 um 04:39 Uhr bearbeitet. [25][26], Driehaus was an early supporter of Lisa Nigro's Inspiration Cafe in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, a nonprofit that helps 3,000 people each year by providing food, housing, and other services. [6] The Driehaus Prize is typically awarded around the same time, has similar terms, are both commemorated by a bronze award (the Pritzker is a medal and the Driehaus is a miniature Choragic Monument of Lysicrates), and, until 2008, both were the same monetary prize amount. ", This page was last edited on 17 September 2020, at 15:34. "A grand design for giving." He is the founder, chief investment officer, and chairman of Driehaus Capital Management LLC, based in Chicago. Marchetti, Domenica (2000). Richard Herman Driehaus (/ˈdriːhaʊs/; born 1942, Chicago) is an American fund manager, businessman and philanthropist. [16], The first recipient of the Driehaus Prize was Léon Krier, who helped lay the theoretical framework for New Urbanism and designed the Prince of Wales' model town of Poundbury in England. "[21] The museum is furnished with period furniture and decorative objects from Driehaus' collection to help visitors imagine how the Nickersons would have entertained and lived. Richard Herman Driehaus (/ ˈ d r iː h aʊ s /; born 1942, Chicago) is an American fund manager, businessman and philanthropist.He is the founder, chief investment officer, and chairman of Driehaus Capital Management LLC, based in Chicago.. [8] He describes the museum as his "gift to the city. [10][12], The annual Driehaus Awards Fashion Excellence gives students from the four Chicago-area design schools a chance to showcase their works, with monetary prizes for placed winners. In 1973, he became director of research for Mullaney, Wells & Co. Within the investment management industry, he earned a reputation for posting top investment results and for building an enduring boutique investment management firm that bears his name. "[14] The Driehaus Prize is often compared to the Pritzker Architecture Prize, which typically encourages modern design. Richard Driehaus is the architect of Driehaus Private Equity’s investment philosophy. Richard Herman Driehaus (/ ˈ d r iː h aʊ s /; born 1942, Chicago) is an American fund manager, businessman and philanthropist.He is the founder, chief investment officer, and chairman of Driehaus Capital Management LLC, based in Chicago.. [1] His firm had $10.9 billion in assets under management as of the end of March 2015. [8], The Driehaus Museum displays decorative arts of the Gilded Age and art nouveau eras in permanent and special exhibitions and is housed in the historic Chicago landmark, the 1887 Samuel M. Nickerson Mansion. We rarely invest in stock because it's cheap and hope for a turnaround. [8][9], He founded Driehaus Capital Management LLC in 1982 and is the current chief investment officer and chairman. "A grand design for giving." Richard H. Driehaus was born and raised in Chicago. ", "How Richard Driehaus made a fortune by finding tomorrow's growth stars. [6], Besides the Driehaus Museum, Driehaus' historic preservation projects include the Ransom Cable House (which hold the offices of his firm, Driehaus Capital Management) and the award-winning restoration of a 1905 Georgian Revival style house in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. [8][9], He founded Driehaus Capital Management LLC in 1982 and is the current chief investment officer and chairman. [8][9] He later founded Driehaus Mutual Funds in 1996, and Driehaus Capital Management (USVI) LLC in 1997.[8][10]. ", This page was last edited on 17 September 2020, at 15:34. Since the early 1980s, Richard has invested in privately held businesses in various geographies, stages and sectors. ", "Philanthropist Richard Driehaus Will Receive the 2015 AIA Chicago Lifetime Achievement Award", "Driehaus and Krier do battle against Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial design", "Richard H. Driehaus commits $1 million to Landmarks Illinois", The Richard H. Driehaus Museum: Chicago's Downton Abbey, "Chicago investment manager donating $30 million to, "The 14th Annual Driehaus Awards for Fashion Excellence Supports Emerging Chicago Designers", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Richard_Driehaus&oldid=978895496, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2014, Articles with unsourced statements from September 2017, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Schwager, Jack D. "Richard Driehaus: The Art of Bottom-Up Investing. [1] His firm had $10.9 billion in assets under management as of the end of March 2015. [citation needed], Driehaus received the 2015 American Institute of Architects Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to architecture in Chicago and worldwide. [citation needed], He has said that his original plan was to give away only $100 million during his lifetime, but believes that he will end up parting with more than twice that amount. [11][12], The Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture, established in 2003 but doubled to $200,000 in 2008, is presented annually through the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture to honor a major contributor in the field of traditional and classical architecture. ", Select pages archived through Google Books, "The Greater Gloy Campaign: Richard Driehaus ’60 meets the campaign head on", "Classical act Greenberg becomes first American to claim Driehaus Prize. In doing so, chemicals were avoided and the intricate details could be cleaned evenly. [3] Driehaus explained that "the momentum investor has confidence that a stock that is high can head even higher. In 2000, he was named to Barron's "All-Century" team of the 25 individuals who have been the most influential within the mutual fund … [6], Besides the Driehaus Museum, Driehaus' historic preservation projects include the Ransom Cable House (which hold the offices of his firm, Driehaus Capital Management) and the award-winning restoration of a 1905 Georgian Revival style house in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. [14][22], Driehaus restored the sooty black exterior of the mansion to its original buff-colored sandstone facade with a two-inch laser over 18 months—the first building in the United States to be restored with such technology, although the practice has been fairly common in Europe over the past 30 years. [17], In 2012, Driehaus publicly opposed Frank Gehry's modernist design proposal for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial[18] and funded a lobby group to block it. He has also donated $3 million to the Catholic prep school he attended, St. Ignatius, and has given over $1 million to preserve churches, synagogues and mosques. [8], He has also given to smaller dance and theater groups in Chicago, such as the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance Company, Pegasus Players, Poetry Society of America, Trinity Irish Dance Company, and Redmoon Puppet Theater. [8][29] He also underwrites the Red Hot Chicago Fashion Gala for young professional designers.[8]. Richard Driehaus, 74, is founder and chairman of Chicago's Driehaus Capital Management and a champion of classical architecture and historical preservation. In 2000, he was named to Barron's "All-Century" team of the 25 individuals who have been the most influential within the mutual fund industry over the past 100 years. [21][23] The Nickerson Mansion received the Chicago Landmark Awards for Preservation Excellence in 2008 upon completion of the restoration. Chronicle of Philanthropy 13. Outside … ", "How Richard Driehaus made a fortune by finding tomorrow's growth stars. [8][13], In his 2012 interview with Michael Lykoudis, Driehaus gives his inspiration for establishing the prize: "I believe architecture should be of human scale, representational form, and individual expression that reflects a community's architectural heritage.