Engaging Students in Design & Travel
Through a unique structure of design competition, jury process, and prize winning 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.Learn More
Project for The Friesenhahn Cave Site
Program author and past Lyceum Fellowship winner, Murray Legge, challenges students to create a solution to this intriguing site. Complete program information coming soon.Learn More
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 possibleAmbikesh Mishra 2017, Second Place
Overall, this was absolutely a life-changing trip.Joshua Antolovic 2017, 1st Place
By starting graduate school immediately after, I could see the reflection of my travels in my studio work. If it weren’t for this fellowship, I would not have been exposed to the concepts that drove my design experimentation. Once again, thank you so much for this unforgettable experience!Rachel Coulomb 2017, 3rd Place
Thank you for this life-changing opportunity.Leslie Finnie 2018, 1st Place
Travel By the Numbers
2021 Winners are announced!
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.See Past Winners
Faculty are enthusiastically encouraged to structure design studios around Lyceum competition briefs. Sign up for our emails to be among the first to learn about new competitions on the website.