‘T’ Space and the Steven Myron Holl Foundation announce our Summer 2023 Virtual Architecture Residency program. We expect a competitive pool of international applicants this year, with full scholarships available to all admitted residents and a $1000 stipend to visit the grounds and other destinations of interest in the Hudson Valley!

The Steven Myron Holl Foundation and ‘T’ Space proudly announce the seventh Architecture Residency for students and young professionals active in architectural research and design, as
well as the arts. The 2023 Residency Program is a 25-day design workshop that will be held in a virtual format with a travel stipend offered to visit the ‘T’ Space Reserve in Rhinebeck, New York
for the final weekend of the program. Introduced in 2017, the Architecture Residency Program has since brought residents together with distinguished critics like Thom Mayne, Kenneth Frampton, Liz Diller, Eric Moss, Ashley Simone, and Stan Allen, among many others. Residents act as critical thinkers and actively influence the shape of the program’s philosophy. The curriculum challenges participants to think and design critically, while working to a specified site. They are given theoretical and experimental freedom to develop design proposals individually, with opportunities to conduct
collaborative research. Using both analog and digital tools, the program includes design critiques, pin ups, and conversations with invited professionals. See more information at this link.

For any questions or recommendations, please contact the program’s director Eirini Tsachrelia at edu@smhfoundation.org.
Application Information:
Candidates are selected on a competitive basis. Applicants must demonstrate academic or professional experience in architecture or art in their Letter of Interest. Portfolios showcasing multiple modes of creative production demonstrating formal and spatial experimentation are highly encouraged. An emphasis is placed on physical model making, craftsmanship, and the interrogation of artistic and natural phenomena in the built or imagined environment. Admission will be awarded on the basis of merit after jury review. The jury is composed of practicing architects, artists, and critics.
Submit materials via the online applicant portal at www.tspacerhinebeck.org/residency
Submit the following as ONE (1) PDF file (max. 8MB):
– 1-page Letter of Interest
– 1-page Resume / CV
– Portfolio of Work, up to 14-pages including cover page
Portfolios will be presented to the jury on 8.5” x 11” paper (either portrait or landscape
orientation is acceptable). Submissions not in this format will be scaled to fit.
Admitted candidates will be notified by the first week of April.
Application deadline: March 26

Important Dates and Details:
Duration: Online July 5 – 28, In-person July 30 – August 2
Capacity: Five architecture and art students, graduates, and emerging practitioners

Location: Online with optional travel to Rhinebeck, NY
Travel Dates: July 30 – August 2
Travel Stipend: $1000 is offered to cover travel expenses
Applications open: Friday, February 10, 12:00pm EST
Early bird deadline: Sunday, March 5, 11:59pm EST
Application deadline: Sunday, March 26, 11:59pm EST
Acceptance announcement: First week of April

For further inquiries please contact submissions@smhfoundation.org
Program details subject to change.