RIBA announced the 2014 winners of the prestigious President's Medals Student Architecture Awards last night in a ceremony in London. Established in 1836, the RIBA President's Medals are regarded as the world's highest awards in architectural education. The awards program honors the crème de la crème of architecture students for their talent and excellence, and aims to incite global architectural debate. — bustler.net
These are a few of this year's winning projects:
Above - RIBA SILVER MEDAL: Nick Elias (Bartlett School of Architecture - University College London) for ‘PoohTown’
↓ RIBA BRONZE MEDAL: Simon Dean (Kingston University) for "Flow, 1944"
↓ DISSERTATION MEDAL: Jasper Ludewig (University of Sydney) for ‘Made Ground: A spatial history of Sydney Park’
↓ SERJEANT AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN DRAWING Part 1: Oliver Riviere (University of Brighton) for ‘The Institute of Concrete Poetry’
↓ SOM Foundation Fellowship Part 2: Mike Lim (Royal College of Art) for ‘Untitled, 2014. Mixed Media’
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