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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.
Justin Bean's "Dreaming of Electric Sheep" won the The RIBA Bronze Medal The RIBA Bronze Medal (for the best design project produced at RIBA Part 1 or equivalent) went to Justin Bean (University of Bath) for "Dreaming of Electric Sheep".
For his project (tutored by Martin Gledhill and Frank Lyons), Justin has designed a hotel situated within an electrical substation.
Sam Coulton's "London Physic Gardens: A New Necropolis" won the Commendation in the RIBA Silver Medal category Commendations in the RIBA Silver Medal category were given to Sam Coulton (Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL) for "London Physic Gardens: A New Necropolis", Kevin Herhusky (California Polytechnic State University) for "Infrastructures of Memory, Phygital Bodies in a Concrete Cloud" and Ruth Mc Nickle (Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture) for "Tilling the Prado: A Furrow of Re-Construction".
Kevin Herhusky's "Infrastructures of Memory, Phygital Bodies in a Concrete Cloud" won the Commendation in the RIBA Silver Medal category"The breadth and scale of talent evidenced in the design proposals and writings produced by this year’s winners is truly remarkable.
Project summary - "While revisiting Slough and the industrial growth and social inequality the town experienced during the 1920s - the decade when A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories were first published and became popular for their accounts of a fictitious happy world - the project re-evaluates covert responses to socio-political exclusion.
Towards A Common Ground For Play: Examining The History Of Play And Playgrounds In Dublin’s Liberties. Additional awards this year included the Serjeant Awards for Excellence in Drawing; the Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Foundation UK Fellowship; and High Commendations and Commendations.
In 2001, a Dissertation Medal was added to replace the Dissertation Certificate.
The current format of the awards dates back to 1984, when the Institute created a Bronze Medal to reward design work produced during Part 1 while the Silver Medal was awarded for work produced at Part 2.
Among winning projects, the reinterpretation of contemporary typologies over physically-carved Finnish folk story by Sonia Magdziarz from Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, the project of the complex nature of the nook by Rosemary Milne from Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and Camille Dunlop's "Pipeline Hijacking", proposing a speculative glimpse into alternative means of dwelling and building construction, hit the winning list in President’s Medals.
Sonia Magdziarz's "How to Carve a Giant" won the RIBA Silver Medal The RIBA Silver Medal has been awarded to Sonia Magdziarz (Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL), for "How to Carve a Giant".