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1986 Competition

Creating a Contemporary Lyceum

1986 Competition Overview

To highlight the aims and purposes of the Lyceum Fellowship in its inaugural year, our first competition problem asks applicants to explore through design the very nature and function of a contemporary Lyceum.
A group of leading academics and artists have joined together to form a new Association for the sharing and exchange of ideas, theories, and creations. They have already begun to meet during the vacation summer months on Martha's Vineyard. As the Association grows, the group wishes to invite more of their colleagues to share in the interaction, and has purchased property on the island in order to build a Lyceum facility that will permit members to meet year-round.

Jury

Jon McKee, AIA, Mark Hutker, AIA, Peter Vincent, AIA

Program Authors

Robert Campbell

Architect and Architectural Critic
The Boston Globe

Douglas S. Way

Chairman, Department of Landscape Architecture
Ohio State University

Diane Lewis

Associate Professor
The Cooper Union School of Architecture

Nicole Pertuisset

Assistant Professor of Architecture
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Raj Saksena

Director of the Architecture Division
Roger Williams College

Raymond Kappe, FAIA

Director
Southern California Institute of Architecture

John Meunier

Director, School of Architecture and Interior Design
University of Cincinnati

1986 Winners

Joseph Krupczynski
1st Place

Joseph Krupczynski

The Cooper Union

David Kim
2nd Place

David Kim

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Kirk Holdulik
3rd Place

Kirk Hodulik

University of Cincinnati

Reinhold Martin
Citation

Reinhold Martin

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Richard Wheeler
Merit

Richard Wheeler

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Hector Gomez
Merit

Hector Gomez

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Scott Nakaodc
Merit

Scott Nakaodc

Southern California Institute of Architecture

Bernard Flaman
Merit

Bernard Flaman

Southern California Institute of Architecture