Erik L’Heureux, Singapore-based American architect, wins $100,000 travel grant for his proposal Hot and Wet: The Equatorial City and the Architectures of Atmosphere
|Category||Award / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Fellowship, Early-career architects|
|RegDeadline||16 January 2015 GoogleCal iCal|
|30 January 2015 (via Online) GoogleCal|
|Eligibility||Architects who have graduated from a professionally accredited degree program in the past 15 years.|
The Wheelwright Prize is intended to spur innovative research during the early stage of an architect's professional career. Now open to applicants from all over the world—no affiliation to Harvard GSD required—the prize aims to foster new forms of research informed by cross-cultural engagement. "The idea is not just about travel—the act of going and seeing the world—but it is about binding the idea of geography to themes and issues that hold great potential relevance to contemporary practice," says Harvard GSD Dean Mohsen Mostafavi.
Not yet announced
Winners are expected to spend a minimum of 6 months (cumulative) outside their countries of residence in order to conduct their proposed research. Research and travel must commence within 12 months of receiving the Wheelwright Prize and must be completed within two years of receiving the prize.
Portfolio (maximum of 10 images), a written description of proposed research project (maximum 6,000 characters), a travel itinerary