2017 Summer Fellows Announced: Rural Compression
June 14, 2017
The Steven Myron Holl Foundation and T-Space are happy to announce the fellows chosen to participate in this summer’s Rural Compression Architecture Fellowship. Out of a pool of many qualified applicants, these five architects stood out as critical designers who will bring innovative perspectives to the 25 day intensive studio program located on T2 Reserve.
The fellowship is geared to challenge the participants’ ability to think and design critically, while working site-specific to Dutchess County and the Rhinebeck ecology. Using both analog and digital media tools, the studio is complemented by design critiques, pin ups and conversations with instructors and invited professionals, as well as field trips in Dutchess county to destinations of acclaimed architectural and artistic interest.
Fellows will take full advantage of the theoretical and experimental freedom they are given in the context of T2 Reserve to conduct research collaboratively in an intimate group of five as well as develop proposals individually.
The fellows will be introduced at T-Space’s July 8 event, featuring an installation by Sarah Oppeneheimer and poetry by Ann Lauterbach.
T-SPACE’S “RURAL COMPRESSION” SUMMER 2017 FELLOWS
Master of Architecture, Washington University ’13 ¦ San Francisco, CA
Graduate Student of Architecture and Lighting Design
Parsons School of Design ’18 ¦ New York, NY
MSAAD Columbia University ’15 ¦ New York, NY
Undergraduate Student of Architecture
Southern California Institute of Architecture ’19 ¦ Los Angeles, CA
Graduate Student of Architecture
Harvard Graduate School of Design ’19 ¦ Cambridge, MA