• 2018 Theme and Jury Announced

    How does infrastructure shape our individual and collective environments? That’s the question posed by the 2018 James Harrison Steedman Fellowship in Architecture. The biennial research competition challenges early-career architects to investigate the fundamental systems, facilities and services that enable, sustain and enhance societal living conditions. Read More

  • Pedro Pitarch named the 2016-17 Steedman Fellow

    Architecture is often defined by the activities that happen within it. But the boundary between public and private wears thin. We eat in the car and sleep on the train. We congregate in commercial spaces. Social media blurs distinctions between personal and professional selves. Read More

  • 2016 Theme Announced and Registration Opens

    In the natural world, adaptation is a competitive advantage. Yet the built environment is frequently characterized by rigid typologies and inflexible designs. How can buildings keep pace with changing cultures and contexts? In Adaptation, the 2016 James Harrison Steedman Fellowship in Architecture call for research… Read More