Second-year M.Arch. student Ambikesh Mishra has been awarded a second prize in the 2017 Lyceum Fellowship Competition. His project – Reconstructing Associations – for a library at Audubon Terrace in New York City is designed to be a birds' habitat that not only supports species diversity, but also reminds users of the ornithologist John James Audubon.
Mishra's Lyceum travel fellowship provides funding for two months of foreign travel and research. The award-winning design project was supervised by Christine Gorby, associate professor of architecture.