RIBA President's Medals 2014
Awarded for the first time in 1836, the RIBA President’s Medals are considered the most recognised architectural education awards in the world. Since their early days, the aim of the awards has been to promote excellence in the study of architecture, to reward talent and encourage architectural debate worldwide. This year, Ravenbourne students have been invited to participate!
We have been extraordinarily invited to submit nominations for the Bronze Medal. This medal is traditionally awarded to the Best Undergraduate Student studying on Part One Level, as well as for the Dissertation Medal (written during any of the five years), which recognises work produced during the latest academic year.
Ravensbourne has plenty of talent and is nominating BA (Hons) Architecture student Milot Pireva (pictured below) for the Bronze Medal, and Jack O'Keeffe, BA (Hons) Architecture, for the Dissertation Medal.
Submissions for design projects for the Bronze and Silver Medals must be made by September and the winners will be announced during 2014 RIBA President's Medals ceremony, held at RIBA in London in December.