Jaap Bakema Fellowship 2010/2011

A fellowship intended for research capable of opening up new perspectives on the design, use and perception of the built environment

Category Award / Open to Students
Type International, Fellowship, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous
Genre Environment
Country Rotterdam, the Netherlands
RegDeadline 15 October 2010 GoogleCal iCal
15 October 2010 (via Online)
Eligibility All
Target Field The proposed research project should be such that it can reasonably be completed within one year.

J.B. Bakema (1914-1981) was one of the foremost post-war Dutch architects and played an important role as designer, theorist, teacher and populariser of his profession.
The Jaap Bakema Fellowship is a grant of 10,000 euro for research at the cutting edge of architecture, technology and society. Bakema Fellows are required to use the sum of money attached to the fellowship for research purposes. They are also required to present the results of that research in the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) in Rotterdam and in the magazine A10 new European architecture.

Tom Avermaete (associate professor Architecture, TU Delft)
Ole Bouman (director of the Netherlands Architecture Instituut, Rotterdam)
Hans Ibelings (publisher of A10 new European architecture, Amsterdam)
Madeleine Maaskant (founding architect and director of Maaskant en Van Velzen Architecten, Amsterdam)
Frederieke Taylor (owner of the Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York)
Oliver Thill (founding architect and director of Atelier Kempe Thill, Rotterdam)

10,000 euro

Entry Fee

Research Proposal: a description (1,000-2,000 words)

The Jaap Bakema Foundation will select a fellow by December 1, 2010.

Past winners

The Netherlands Architecture Institute in Rotterdam and the magazine A10 new European architecture

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