SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarships

> 2018 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship Application
Applications Due Monday, May 21, 2018

$1,000.00 award to a graduating high school senior entering or a first year student enrolled in a NAAB-accredited professional degree in architecture.
$5,000
award to a student enrolled
in a NAAB-accredited professional degree (5-year BA or BA + MA) in architecture.

The scholarships are
funded by The Michael Kalman Foundation and
the Sarasota Architectural Foundation of Sarasota, Florida.

Eligibility
for High School Seniors2018 SAF Scholarship Application
Applicant is a graduate of a Sarasota, Manatee, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Charlotte, Lee or Collier County, Florida High School
Applicant is in need of financial assistance

Applicant is entering a NAAB-accredited professional program in architecture
 
Eligibility for College and Graduate Students in Architecture
Applicant is a graduate of a Sarasota, Manatee,
Pinellas, Hillsborough, Charlotte, Lee or Collier County, Florida High School
Applicant
is in need of financial assistance
Applicant is enrolled in a NAAB-accredited professional degree
(5-year BA or BA + MA) in architecture

Applicant demonstrates academic excellence and outstanding design talent

Scholarship Information and Questions
Erika Cain, SAF Operations Director
EricaCain@SAF-SRQ.org

941-524-7665


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2017 Scholarship Winners

2017 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $5,000 Award: Maxwell Strauss
Max received a Bachelors Degree of Design in Architecture from the
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia in June 2017 and is enrolled in the Master's of Architecture program at the University of Texas, Austin. Mr. Strauss is a 2013 graduate of Sarasota Christian High School in Sarasota, FL.


2017 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship
, $1,000 Award: Bailey Jordan
2017 scholarship winners
Bailey is a 2017 graduate of Venice Senior High School in Venice, FL and is attending Notre Dame University School of Architecture, Indiana

2017 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $500 Award: Emily Cain
Bailey is a 2017 graduate of Pine View School in Sarasota, FL and is enrolled at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture in Troy, New York. 

2017 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $500 Award: Morgan Ann Muholland
Morgan is a 2017 graduate of Lakewood Ranch High School in Lakewood Ranch, FL and is currently attending both Santa Fe College and the University of Florida School of Architecture in Gainesville, FL








2016 Scholarship Winners

2016 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship
, $3,500 Award: John Maurer
John attends Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida and will graduate
in May 2017
with a Bachelors Degree of Design in Architecture. He attended Booker High School in Sarasota, FL. See John's essay.

2016 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $3,500 Award: Maxwell Strauss
Max attends the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.
He will graduate
in May 2017 with a Bachelors Degree of Design in Architecture.
Mr. Strauss is a 2013 graduate of Sarasota Christian High School in Sarasota, FL.
See Max's essay.



2015 Scholarship Winners

2015 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship
, $5,000 Award: Elizabeth KingElizabeth King
Elizabeth attended the University of Florida (UF), School of Architecture
in Gainesville, Florida and graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelors Degree of Design in Architecture. Ms. King is a 2013 graduate of Sarasota Military Academy in Sarasota, FL. See Elizabeth's portfolio.

2015 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $1,000 Award: Angie AramayoAngie Aramayo
Angie graduated from Pine View School, Sarasota, FL in May 2015 and attends the University of Virginia (UF), School of Architecture in Charlottsville, Virginia.
See Angie's portfolio.





2014 Scholarship Winners

2014 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $5,000 Award: Katelynn Nicole Smith
Katelynn attended the University of Florida (UF), School of Architecture
in Katelynn SmithGainesville, Florida and graduated in May 2015 as a double major with a Bachelors Degree of Design iArchitecture and a Bachelors Degree of Science in Sustainability in the Built Environment. Ms. Smith is a 2011 graduate of Bayshore High School in Manatee County. See Katelynn's portfolio.

2014 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $1,000 Award: Elizabeth King
Elizabeth attended the University of Florida (UF), School of Architecture in Gainesville, Florida and graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelors Degree of Design in Architecture. Ms. King is a 2013 graduate of Sarasota Military Academy in Sarasota, FL. See Elizabeth's portfolio.



2013 Scholarship Winner

2013 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $5,000 Award: David Morrison
David attended the University of South Florida (USF), School of Architecture & Community Design, in Tampa, Florida and
graduated with his Masters Degree of Architecture in 2014. Mr. Morrison is a graduate of Manatee High School in Bradenton, Florida. He currently is an Associate Architect at Halflants + Pichette, Studio for Modern Architecture in Sarasota, FL. See David's portfolio.



2012 Scholarship Winner

2012 SAF - Paul Rudolph Scholarship, $5,000 Award: Sara Bone
Sara attended Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, Florida and graduated with her Masters of Architecture degree in 2014. Ms. Bone is a graduate of Pine View School in Sarasota, Florida. Sara submitted a film for the AIA Florida 100 Years Celebration based on the premise "Build On the Past to Shape the Future." This creative video analyzes the adaptability of society and architecture of the past to predict future solutions that might be utilized in Florida within the next 100 years.
See Sara's work
. Download More About Sara Bone PDF.



About Paul Rudolph
Born in 1918, Paul Rudolph studied with Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius at Harvard Graduate School of Design and was later Dean of the School of Architecture at Yale University. Buildings of his design can be found in cities around the world, including Sarasota, Boston, Fort Worth, Singapore, Hong Kong and Jakarta. Rudolph was the lead figure in the Sarasota School of Architecture and one of the most influential architects in all of Florida in the 1950s. He continued to design buildings into the 1990s, and died in 1997 at the age of 79.



Paul Rudolph Drawing of the Sarasota High School Addition, 1958

The Sarasota High School Addition was commissioned in 1958 as part of a progressive public school construction campaign directed by Philip Hiss, chair of the Board of Public Instruction. Paul Rudolph's design for the expansion reflects a transition from the highly transparent structures of his mid-century practice to the more sculptural and textural forms of his later Brutalist Style work, exemplified by the Yale School of Art and Architecture Building (1963) where he served as Dean of the School of Architecture.

— Morris Hylton III, Assistant Professor of Interior Design; Director of Historic Preservation, College of Design, Construction and Planning, University of Florida


Video: Former student Carl Abbott FAIA reminisces about legendary architect Paul Rudolph
Interviewer, producer Harold Bubil, Herald-Tribune.com, November 2008 - Sarasota High School footage 5:11

2018 Scholarship Deadlines

Monday, May 21, 2018: Applications Due

May 21 - June 18, 2018: SAF Committee Reviews Applications and Selects Winners

Monday, June 18, 2018: Scholarship Recipients Announced

Scholarship Awards



AIA Florida
lists Paul Rudolph's Sarasota High School Addition as one of the Top 100 Buildings in Florida of the Last 100 Years.



Sarasota High School Addition, 1958
Paul Rudolph Architect
Rehabilitation 2015
1000 School Street, Sarasota, FL
Photo © Mike Lang

 

Umbrella House, 1953
Paul Rudolph Architect
Umbrella Restoration 2015

1300 Westway Drive, Sarasota, FL
Photo © Bill Miller

 Photo © Bill Miller

Walker Guest House

Walker Guest House, 1952
Paul Rudolph Architect

Sanibel Island, FL

SAF's Replica, 2015

Sarasota, FL
Illustration © John Pirman



Paul Rudolph Foundation






The Rudolph Years: Yale and the World


Panelists
Norman Foster OM, FRIBA, FCSD, RDI, HonFREng
Carl Abbott
FAIA
Richard Rodgers
CH, FRIBA, FREng

Moderator
Paul Goldberger


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