Industry Awards Evening 2019
Architecture and Interior Design students are awarded by the local design industry for their outstanding final year projects.
Guided by the respective Course Leaders, each sponsor reviews the shortlist in detail, assessing each project according to strict eligibility criteria before selecting a winner.
The winners are announced at the annual Industry Awards Evening held in Boardman House in June, offering Architecture and Interior Design students the opportunity to meet local industry and celebrate their final projects in style.
Olivia Elsey wins the Clancy Consulting Award for Structural Excellence
Established in 2019, the Clancy Consulting Award for Structural Excellence is presented to a final year student studying BA (Hons) Architecture, who demonstrates excellence in the consideration of structure and shows an innovative approach to solving structural problems.
The winner of the inaugural prize, worth £200, was Olivia Elsey.
James Knight wins the Hamson Barron Smith Award for Sustainable Design
The winner of the 2019 award, worth £200, was James Knight.
Joshua Baker wins the LSI Architects Drawing Prize
The winner of the 2019 prize, worth £200, was Joshua Baker.
Amy Charter wins the NPS Award for Socially Responsible Design
Established in 2019, the NPS Award for Socially Responsible Design is awarded to a graduating BA (Hons) Interior Design student who has clearly demonstrated an innovative and responsible approach to design that embraces social, well-being and inclusive values.
The winner of the inaugural award, worth £250, was Amy Charter.
Evangeline House wins the Purcell Research Report Prize
The winner of the 2019 prize, worth £300, was Evangeline House.
Stephen Johnson wins the RIBA East Student Award for Outstanding Design
This award is presented annually by RIBA East to celebrate the talent of final year BA (Hons) Architecture students in the region, and reward them in their pursuit of excellence in the study of architecture.
The winner of the 2019 award, worth £300, was Stephen Johnson.