The Steven Myron Holl Foundation and ‘T’ Space proudly announce the fifth Architecture Residency for students and young professionals active in architecture research and design, as well as the arts. Same as last year, the Residency Program 2021 will be held virtually in response to current health and safety measures.
Introduced in 2017, the Architecture Residency Program has since brought students together with distinguished critics like Thom Mayne, Steven Holl and Stan Allen among others. 2021 Residents will participate in an international 25-day intensive studio program remotely, via zoom and other digital platforms.

Residents act as critical thinkers and actively influence the shape of the program’s philosophy. Curriculum challenges participants to think and design critically, while working to a specified site. Using both analog and digital media tools, the program includes design critiques, pin ups and conversations with invited professionals, as well as virtual field trips in Dutchess County to destinations of acclaimed architectural and artistic interest.
Participants are given theoretical and experimental freedom to develop design proposals individually, with opportunities to conduct collaborative research.

Duration: July 5 - July 27
Capacity: Five architecture and art students, graduates, and emerging practitioners
Location: Online
Applications open: Monday, February 8th, 12:00pm EST
Application deadline: Sunday, March 28th, 11:59pm EST
Acceptance announcement: April 5 – 9
Scholarship: Of the residents selected for the Residency, some will be awarded scholarships which cover tuition fees. Scholarships are based on portfolio merit and support diversity and inclusion.

Apply: http://tspacerhinebeck.org/residency/

For any questions or recommendations, contact the program's director Eirini Tsachrelia at edu@smhfoundation.org and visit@smhfoundation.org