Travelling Fellowship in Architecture

A Traveling Fellowship in Architecture: Lyceum Fellowship
Due: April 14th, 2016

The Lyceum Fellowship competition welcomes submissions from students attending any accredited school of architecture in North America. Lyceum travel award prizes are intended to enrich a student's academic experience subsequent to travel experience. Student competitors are required to have at least one year of architectural study remaining following participation in the competition to ensure any travel award is completed prior to the completion of studies. The student's entry must be completed within a design studio structure under the oversight of a studio faculty member from the school of architecture. The submission must be the individual work of the student, completed within the design studio.

Eligibility:
The student has at least one year of study remaining in the current program or plans to attend an immediately subsequent architectural degree program so that a travel award from this competition may be fulfilled prior to the completion of architectural studies.

Prizes:
First prize: $12,000 for 4 months travel abroad
Second prize: $7,500 for 2 months travel abroad
Third prize: $3,500 for 1 month travel abroad
Alternate: citation

2016 Jury:
Program author and jury chair, Eric Howeler, AIA, LEED AP Principal Howeler + Yoon; Asst Professor of Architecture, Harvard GSD

Details and application here.

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