John Belle traveling in England between studies at the Architectural Association in London.


The John Belle Travel Fellowship is a $10,000 annual award by the Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation for students and recent graduates in Architecture, Historic Preservation or Urban Design, for the study of the public realm in existing urban centers.

The fellowship was established in honor of John Belle, who devoted his career to the planning, design and restoration of public buildings and urban centers. Application is open to students in their final year of a professional degree program or recent graduates (within two years) from universities in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, with accredited degree programs in Architecture, Historic Preservation or Urban Design.

Applicants will submit a portfolio of their work, a research/study proposal and a travel itinerary. A multi-disciplinary jury will be led by members of the Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation. Selected Fellows will be required to submit a report at the completion of their study.

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