Richard C. Gluckman Visiting Critic Endowed Fund

The Richard C. Gluckman Visiting Critic Endowed Fund was established by Fred Stelle ’70, G ’71 and his wife, Bettina Stelle, in 2012 to honor Richard C. Gluckman ’70, G ’71.

Each semester at the School of Architecture, upper-level students participate in our visiting critic program that brings leading architects and scholars from around the world to the school. Students can choose to study with a particular visiting critic in a studio course where innovative theoretical approaches and design methods are explored. The Richard C. Gluckman Visiting Critic  Endowed Fund helps support the expenses of a specific visiting critic studio and enables students to become more involved in the practice of architecture.

Fred Stelle heads Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects located in Bridgehampton, N.Y., and has lectured at the school and taught visiting critic studios.  Gluckman, a past chair of the Syracuse Architecture advisory board, is the founder and principal of Gluckman Mayner Architects based in New York City. Projects include the Nancy Cantor Warehouse in Syracuse, Syracuse University School of Law’s Dineen Hall and the Perelman Building at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gluckman has been a visiting critic and lecturer at universities including Harvard, Columbia and Syracuse. His awards include the National Design Award, an AIA National Honor Award and the Arents Award from Syracuse University. A monograph, “Space Framed: Richard Gluckman Architect,” was published by the Monacelli Press in 2000. He is currently working on several projects in China.

Richard C. Gluckman Visiting Critics