Yann Weymouth Scholarship

The Yann Weymouth scholarship was established in 2018 in honor of Yann Weymouth, AIA. This scholarship will be awarded each year to an architecture student with a focus on the intersection between beautiful design and sustainability. The recipient will receive a $5,000 scholarship, as well as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be mentored by Weymouth.

This scholarship will be awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a NAAB-accredited architecture program. More eligibility information will be forthcoming.

About Yann Weymouth

After graduating from Harvard University and MIT, Yann Weymouth served as chief of design for I.M. Pei on the National Gallery of Art East Wing in Washington, DC, and the Grand Louvre Project in Paris. In 1989, he was honored with the title “Chevalier” (Knight) of the “Ordre national du Mérite” by the French President François Mitterand.

Weymouth worked for Arup, SOM and Arquitectonica before serving as senior vice president, design director, and worldwide design board member for HOK Architects, where he contributed to four major museum commissions in the state of Florida. Weymouth is now Design Director of St. Pete Design Group.

Eligibility and application process

Applications for the 2019-2020 academic year will open fall of 2018. More eligibility information will be forthcoming.

Email us at scholarships@architectsfoundation.org.