2021 VIRTUAL SUMMER ARCHITECTURE RESIDENCY
Each year, five residents are selected on a competitive basis for the Steven Myron Holl Foundation / ‘T’ Space Summer Architectural Residency in Rhinebeck, New York.
The 25-day intensive studio challenges participants to think and design critically. Residents enjoy theoretical and experimental freedom as they design a site-specific project unique to their program.
The program includes design critiques, pin-ups, lectures and conversations with invited professionals, as well as field trips in Dutchess County to destinations of acclaimed architectural and artistic interest.
Of the residents selected for the program, some will be awarded grants, which waive tuition fees. 2021 named grants include: the Silman Scholarship, the Al Held Scholarship, the Pulimood Scholarship, and the Art of Building Scholarship.
Application period for the 2022 Residency will be open in February of 2022.