Architecture Student Research Grant winners

Architecture Student Research Grant winners

Each year, graduating architecture students honor their class by funding a gift called the Architecture Student Research Grant (ASRG). The tradition, initiated by the Class of 2013, provides a unique opportunity for students to support outstanding research from their peers.

The Architecture Student Research Grant 2016 calls for projects that push the boundaries and possibilities of the discipline of architecture. Students are encouraged to explore landscapes, cities, and urban contexts. They are also encouraged to engage with the cultural and political forces of architecture. Successful propositions will discover new forms and methods of working, making, and representing.

For 2016, with generous additional support from Dean Robert Fishman and the Taubman College Alumni Board, the Class of 2015 awarded prizes to three teams of students. The winning projects are:

  • “Mapping Conflicts”: James Howe, Gideon Schwartzman, Yurong Wu
  • “This and That”: Andrew Barkhouse, Carlos Pompeo
  • “Synesthesia in Architecture”: Anthony Gonzalez, Po-Jen Huang, Olivia Lu-Hill

For more information, please visit the ASRG page.