A&DS/RIAS and LIS/ESALA Student Awards for Architecture Ceremony 2020

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01-10-2020 - 01-10-2020 18:00 - 18:30 Online EventView on map
Join us online to celebrate talent from students of the Scottish architecture and landscape schools. Winners for the A&DS/RIAS Student Awards for Architecture, LIS/ESALA Graduating Landscape Student Awards and RIAS Design Tutor Award will be announced.

A&DS/RIAS Student Awards for Architecture

Now in their 19th year, the A&DS/RIAS student awards offer a rare opportunity to see all five schools together and recognise the achievement of individual students and their schools of architecture. They are a mark of the continuing high standards of Scottish architectural education and enable both the public and the profession to enjoy the creativity and vision of Scotland’s future architects.

Categories:

  • RIAS Rowand Anderson Silver Medal for Best 5th Year Student
  • Architecture and Design Scotland Award for Best Third Year Student
  • Architecture and Design Scotland Urban Design Award
  • Architecture and Design Scotland Sustainable Design Award
  • The RIAS Andy MacMillan Drawing Award

LIS/ESALA Graduating Landscape Student Awards

These awards aim to foster and recognise talent as well as create strong links between the school, graduating students and their professional institute.

Categories:

  • Best Student
  • Best Portfolio
  • Award for best skills in Site Analysis

RIAS Scottish Design Tutor Award

RIAS recognises the key role of design as a central function of the architect. Maintaining the highest standards in the provision of architectural education is central to delivering quality in the built environment. Proposed a number of years ago by the late Ian Appleton, the Design Tutor Award has been a very positive endeavour, creating additional linkage between the Incorporation and Scotland’s architecture schools.

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