LYCEUM Fellowship

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2021 Lyceum Fellowship Symposium + Jury Announcement

Join us for the first ever Lyceum Fellowship Symposium, where the jury will announce the winners of the 2021 competition and discuss highlights of the entries. All students, professors, and design enthusiasts are encouraged to attend.

2021 Lyceum Fellowship Symposium
Saturday, June 5, 2021, 1:00PM EDT

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We are also pleased to announce the 2021 competition jury:

Mark Hutker, FAIA, Hutker Architects, Lyceum Fellowship DirectorStephen Stimson, FASLA, Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape ArchitectsLauren Stimson, ASLA, Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape ArchitectsCatherine Truman, AIA, LEED AP, Catherine Truman ArchitectsMatthew Cunningham, RLA, Matthew Cunningham Landscape DesignMolly Moore, MDS/Miller Dyer Spears Architects, Lyceum Fellowship Committee Member
Reimagining the Visitor’s Experience — The Ames Estate

Set on Governor Ames Estate in North Easton, Massachusetts, this year’s competition asks students to design an event pavilion. Students are challenged to design a 1,500 square foot structure that can enhance the visitor experience and provide a platform for community, family gatherings, and celebrations, inviting new and regular visitors to the Ames Estate. The 2021 competition is open to students currently enrolled in either an architecture or landscape architecture program at an accredited school in North America.

It is not too late to submit your entry!

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, May 28, 2021, 11:59PM EDT

1st Place – $12,000 for 3 months of travel
2nd Place – $8,000 for 2 months of travel
3rd Place – $4,500 1 month of travelCitation – Travel runner up
Merit – Certificate of Recognition

The Lyceum Fellowship was established in 1985 by Jon McKee, AIA (1927-2013). Through its annual design competition, the Lyceum seeks to advance the profession of architecture by engaging students in design and travel. The American Institute of Architects has recognized the Lyceum nationally for the effective pursuit of this mission with the prestigious AIA Collaborative Achievement Award.

For more than 30 years, the Lyceum has engaged highly noted architects from all areas of the field to develop programs for the annual competition. The Lyceum has awarded more than half a million dollars in travel prizes to date, enriching the education of highly talented students through travel to more than 100 different countries. More.