Exhibition: SEDA KJ Awards Student Prize 2017

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26-10-2017 - 31-01-2018 10:30 - 17:00 Level 2, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, G1 3NUView on map

The ‘Krystyna Johnson Award’ was re-launched in 2012 to encourage second year architectural students to bring ecological thought to their work from the outset.

Each of the five Scottish Schools of Architecture each promoted one project in their curriculum for consideration, awards were granted to a student from each Architecture School. Projects range in content and location and include: a co-housing scheme in Beith; a library in St Andrews;  sports complex in Edinburgh; wedding venue in Aberdeen-shire  and community library in Rome. The overall winner was chosen as Beth Kytzia of Strathclyde Architecture School for her design for a study library in St Andrews.

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