RIBA President's Medals student awards 2011 - Design Projects Judging





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Uploaded on Dec 8, 2011

The RIBA's President's Medals are regarded as the most prestigious student awards in architectural education. They are awarded annually to students nominated by schools of architecture worldwide.

Nominated students submit their design project work either in the Part 1 or Part 2 sections, or from across the degree programme for the Dissertation Award. The awards are judged in the autumn by a judging panel of respected international academics and practitioners and presented at an awards ceremony in early December, which coincides with the opening of an exhibition featuring winning student work.

The 2011 judging panel for the design projects comprised on Alison Brooks, founder/director of Alison Brooks, Jorge Ayala, Edouard François and Oliver Richards. In this video, the judges reflect on the judging process and the winning submissions.

Photography and filming by Ian Roy

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