Michael Honyak 2016 Travel Report 97

Engaging Students in Design & Travel

Through a unique structure of design competition, jury process, and prizewinning travel grants, the Lyceum promotes collaboration, connectivity, and a design dialogue among schools, their students of architecture and the prominent architects who serve as program authors and jurors.

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2019 Poster
2019 Competition

A Sanctuary

Channeling the spirit of its east coast counterpart, this competition presents the opportunity to propose a welcoming place of sanctuary in the form of a new arrival center on Angel Island for new immigrants as well as a place of reflection for past immigrants and the communities within which they now live.

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The primary goal for my travel was to study how other cities use their stairways to activate public life in the community.

Alex Gormley 2013, 1st Place
Experiences

Here it is more about the journey than the destination. The winding path that meanders along a few hundred-foot-tall sea cliffs instilled sublime feelings as I headed toward the temple.

Michael Honyak 2016, 2nd Place
Experiences

The opportunity to travel and deeply explore my interests in architecture and design was an incredible one. Participating in the competition and all the future work that has been an incredible experience that has further fueled my desire to improve my skill-set and design better spaces. I am very grateful and feel very privileged to have had this incredible experience. Thank you to my mentor and the people at the Lyceum foundation who organize this competition every year for making all this possible

Ambikesh Mishra 2017, Second Place
Experiences

Travel By the Numbers

1986–Present
Competitions
32
Students
184
In Prize Money
$423K
Months of Travel
250
Countries
58
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Current Winners

2018 Winners annouced. The competition programs have spanned the continent and globe, challenging students to think broadly about the venues and opportunities for creative design, environmental and social impact.

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2019 Competition

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Over the years, the Lyceum Fellowship has drawn many noted architects, allied designers, writers, and educators to participate as program authors and jurors, creating an exceptional network linked in design and education.

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