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Norwegian settlement & children’s catch-up institution lead student awards

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July 15 2016

Norwegian settlement & children’s catch-up institution lead student awards
The RIAS and A&DS have named this year’s Scottish Student Awards for Architecture winners with the top awards handed out to Daniel Cardno of Aberdeen’s Scott Sutherland School and Maelys Garreau of  Glasgow’s Mackintosh School of Architecture.

Cardno’s project to transition Norway’s oil and gas industry toward the maritime and tourism sectors earned him a RIAS Rowand Anderson silver medal after impressing judges with a proposal for a new settlement at Eidsvag Bay.

Garreau meanwhile earned an A&DS award for best 3rd year student courtesy of a ‘catch-up’ institution for previously hospitalised children, helping to re-establish their social development through provision of outdoor play.

A&DS chair Karen Anderson said “In this year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and at the height of the Festival of Architecture, A&DS is delighted to continue to collaborate with RIAS to highlight the high quality of work from the best of Scotland’s architecture students.

“A&DS aims to support emerging practitioners and these awards, and the supporting exhibition, allow the profession and public to see the high standard emerging from our schools of architecture.”

All 2016 winning and shortlisted work will now be placed on display in The Lighthouse.
Maelys Garreau won out courtesy of this catch-up institution for children
Maelys Garreau won out courtesy of this catch-up institution for children
Ryan Canning and Gabriella Mill received a sustainability accolade for this ambitious bike aqueduct
Ryan Canning and Gabriella Mill received a sustainability accolade for this ambitious bike aqueduct

1 Comment

Bill S
#1 Posted by Bill S on 15 Jul 2016 at 13:25 PM
Fantastic work and really interesting schemes. I enjoyed Daniel's presentation at the SSSA and the rest of the years work was up to a pretty high standard in comparison to years gone by. An example of good, and now more experienced, leadership?!

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