By doing so, ‘Pooh Town’ establishes the grounds for a subtle critique of today’s cities potential to prescribe policies of happiness alongside familiar amenities (a concept, in the author’s opinion, worryingly absent in current city planning) and alerts for the need to design for emotions as a way to find architecture’s purpose in a changing world.
This is achieved by reinterpreting the underpinning state of contentment that typifies Milne’s protagonist in order to propose ‘happy’ architectures where residents can live, work and play together in a sustainable economic network. Exilic Landscapes: Synagogues And Jewish Architectural Identity In 1870s Britain.
Commendations in the Dissertation Medal category were awarded to: Camille Dunlop's "Pipeline Hijacking" won the Serjeant Award for Excellence in Drawing The Serjeant Awards for Excellence in Drawing went to Camille Dunlop (RIBA Part 1, Bartlett School of Architecture) for "Pipeline Hijacking" and Maria Marilia Lezou (RIBA Part 2, University of Greenwich) for "Hotel Mollino: Staging Spaces of the Everyday as Heterotopias of Performance in Scenography and Architecture".
Camille Dunlop's "Pipeline Hijacking" won the Serjeant Award for Excellence in Drawing Dunlop's project imagines how a community could hijack, grow along, and be informed by, an existing infrastructure of an Icelandic Geothermal Pipeline Network which supplies a constant stream of hot water.
Exilic Landscapes: Synagogues And Jewish Architectural Identity In 1870s Britain. Each year, the judging panels select up to 16 entries that receive awards.
Since its early days, the aim of the awards has been to promote excellence in the study of architecture, to reward talent and to encourage architectural debate worldwide.
Ruth Mc Nickle's "Tilling the Prado: A Furrow of Re-Construction" won the Commendation in the RIBA Silver Medal category The President's Medals website features all nominations made since 1998.
The site includes a comprehensive visual archive of tens of thousands of images and statements produced by students, as well as photographs and films of the judging of entries, the awards ceremonies, and interviews with the winners.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced the 2014 winners of the prestigious President's Medals Student Architecture Awards this week in a ceremony in London.
First awarded in 1836 as the RIBA Silver Medal for an architectural essay (and awarded from 1855 to ‘Measured Drawings’ produced by a talented graduate), this is the RIBA’s oldest award (preceding the Royal Gold Medal, which was established in 1848).