The Lyceum announces the 2023 winners of the traveling fellowship in architecture. The entries were based on the This design challenge was to consider redevelopment options for The Old Town Mall, the long abandoned outdoor pedestrian retail mall in the heart of Baltimore’s "Black Butterfly." Designers explored new programs for the site, study preservation vs. demolition options, evaluate public vs. private uses, and propose methods for engaging the community.
The 2023 jury was comprised of Program Author & Jury Chair Douglass Alligood, AIA, LEED AP, NOMA - Partner at BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group; Jack Travis, FAIA, NOMAC - Architect, Cultural Design Consultant; Eva Neubauer Alligood - Executive Director, Hester Street; Vaki Mawema, LEED AP, BD+C - Managing Director / Principal at Gensler; and Thomas McNeill, AIA, Director of the Lyceum Fellowship and Partner at Hutker Architects. Peter N. Vincent, FAIA of Peter Vincent Architects is a board chair of the Lyceum Fellowship.
Ten schools participated in the competition this year. The Symposium is available to watch online by clicking here. View a list of the 2023 winners at https://lyceum-fellowship.org/2023. Learn more about the Lyceum at https://lyceum-fellowship.org. The Lyceum has opened the 2024 competition for their traveling fellowship in architecture competition. The program brief is available for download at https://lyceum-fellowship.org/2024.