The SoA congratulates alumna Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch ‘17), winner of the 2019 John Stewardson Memorial Fellowship in Architecture, and Elizabeth Levy (B.Arch ‘19), a top ten finalist. The Stewardson Fellowship is the oldest and most prestigious award for architecture students and graduates in Pennsylvania.
Alum Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch '17) recently unveiled a set of new tables which she designed for the SoA’s dFAB Lab. The design and production of these pieces was made possible through the Burdett Assistantship, which Carolina was awarded as part of the 2016 Fourth Year Design Awards.
Fourth-year student Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's Burdett Assistantship, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Of Carolina's award submission (a retrospective of her work as an architecture student), Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott says: "Tamayo's development from her early years' work is evident. Her distinctive concern is to expose structure and to frame space in a lyrical way."
Head of School Steve Lee announced this year's full slate of Spring Awards before the final lecture of the Spring 2016 series on April 4. We'll be featuring individual winners over the next couple of weeks, but click through for the complete list. Congratulations to all winners and participants!