Hosted by the Southeast Chapter
The Kyle Danley Taylor Memorial Scholarship for Architectural Studies was established to honor the life and legacy of Kyle D. Taylor, an architect and valuable member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, Southeast Chapter. With the vision supported by his family, the scholarship was realized by those who affectionately knew and worked alongside Kyle at the architecture firm, D. Stanley Dixon Architect. Kyle was passionate about classical and traditional architecture of the Southeastern United States. This scholarship seeks to celebrate Kyle’s desire to study and learn from the masters of the past and the precedent they observed.
The recipient of the 2021 award will have the opportunity to propose a topic of study of their choice. The study may focus on, but is not limited to, a town, city, region, or neighborhood within the Southeastern states, a specific architect or architectural designer whose work is substantially in the region, or on a specific style, period, or building type.
The scholarship is a $5,000 travel and research stipend to be awarded annually. Applications are due on October 24, 2021. Read more and apply here.
Image credit: Alexander Ancona ~ Study of Westover Charles City, Virginia