RIBA Presidents Medal Exhibition 2012

My most recent work will be exhibited as part of the Presidents Medal 2012 Exhibition at the RIBA Headquarters in London from next Wednesday. If you’re in the area please go and have a look, its free and there will be lots of beautiful work from lots of different schools!

More Information from the http://www.architecture.com:

The RIBA President’s Medals Student Awards 2012
05 December 2012 – 26 January 2013

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Gallery Two and the Lutyens Room, The RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD

The RIBA President’s Medals Student Awards are considered the most prestigious and long-lasting award in architectural education in the world. First awarded in 1836 as the RIBA Silver Medal for an architectural essay, this is the RIBA’s longest-living award and it precedes the Royal Gold Medal (established in 1848 to reward the work of an architect). The awards categories include the Bronze Medal for Part 1, the Silver Medal for Part 2 and the Dissertation Medal.
These awards are aimed at promoting excellence in the study of architecture, rewarding talent, and encouraging architectural debate worldwide. All nominated projects can be viewed online at http://www.presidentsmedals.com.
This is an exhibition of selected student work from 300 schools of architecture in over 60 countries invited to nominate entries for the RIBA President’s Medals. The exhibition will be on display in London for two months before touring the UK and internationally during 2013.

Free admission
Admission to all RIBA exhibitions is free. Galleries at 66 Portland Place are open Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm; and until 10pm on Tuesdays.

Please note, galleries may be closed early for special events. Call +44 (0)20 7307 3694 to check opening times.

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