RIBA PRESIDENT'S MEDALS EXHIBITION
Exhibition showcasing award winning projects by architectural students from around the world in 2015.
Image above: Andrew Chard, 'The Lost Dockyard', Serjeant Award for Excellence in Drawing at Part 1.
The RIBA President's Medals Student Awards are aimed at promoting excellence in the study of architecture, rewarding talent, and encouraging
architectural debate worldwide.
First awarded in 1836, they are among the most prestigious and long-lasting awards in architectural education anywhere in the world, preceding the Royal Gold Medal (for living architects) established in 1848. The awards categories include the Bronze Medal for Part 1, the Silver Medal for Part 2 and the Dissertation Medal.
In 2015, the RIBA invited 340 schools of architecture in 65 countries to submit entries that were then judged over three days by independent panels of international experts, including architects, academics, designers and artists. This exhibition features selected student work from these nominations and will be on display in the RIBA in London for two months before touring the UK and internationally in 2016.
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