RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2017

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RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2017

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RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2018

12 May 2017

RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2017

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RIBA 2017 President’s Awards for Research

RIBA opens 2017 President’s Awards for Research with special housing category

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is calling for entries from students, academics and practitioners to the 2017 RIBA President’s Awards for Research.

RIBA President's Awards for Research 2017

The awards celebrate the best research in architecture and the built environment and are presented annually in three categories, with an additional special category which for 2017 is ‘housing’.

The four categories are:

• Cities and Communities
• Design and Technical
• History and Theory
• Housing

The deadline for entry is 31 May 2017 at midnight (GMT).

One winner will be selected per category; the best overall winner will be presented with the prestigious RIBA President’s Medal for Research in a special ceremony at the RIBA in December.

For more information:
RIBA President’s Awards for Research in 2017

RIBA Head of Research and Innovation Dr Kat Martindale said:
“The President’s Awards for Research brings together the best research from across the built environment sector, and last year we saw greater collaboration between students, academics and practitioners in the process. This year, in addition to the constant categories we’re delighted to welcome responses from innovative researchers to this year’s annual theme: housing.”

The 2017 judges are:

• Chair: Peter Clegg, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
• Zohra Chiheb, Levitt Bernstein
• Dr Elizabeth Darling, Oxford Brookes University
• Hattie Hartman, Architects Journal
• Dr Matthew Jones, University of West England and Coombs Jones Architects
• Dr Kerstin Sailer, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
• Professor Chris Tweed, Cardiff University

RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2016

RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2016 information from Royal Institute of British Architects

RIBA President’s Medal for Research 2016 Winners

The four papers that won:

Winner of the 2016 President’s Medal for Research and winner of the category ‘History and Theory’

 

Winner of the Annual Theme – ‘Learning from Projects’ and highly commended

 

Winner of the category ‘Cities and Community’

 

Winner of the category ‘Design and Technical’


23 Sep 2016

RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2016 Shortlist

RIBA reveals shortlist for President’s Awards for Research

The annual awards celebrate the best research in the fields of architecture and the built environment. This year, a record-breaking 75 submissions were received from 14 countries, including 22 entries from architecture practices.

Cities and Community

• The Common Camp: Temporary Settlements as a Spatio-political Instrument in Israel-Palestine
The Common Camp
Kibbutz Givat Brenner 1935 by Kluger Zoltan copyright The Israeli National Photo Collection

• Palestine Regeneration Team (PART)
Palestine Regeneration Team
new urban strategy

• Living Well with Dementia at Home: Understanding the Role of the Home Environment
Living Well with Dementia at Home

Design and Technical

• Supertall Timber: Design Research for the Next Generation of Natural Structure
Supertall Timber Physical Testing
Physical Testing (c) Michael Ramage

• UK’s First Amphibious House. Can-float Amphibious Building
UK’s First Amphibious House
images © Baca Architects

• The SPAB Building Performance Survey 2015 Report
Mill House The SPAB Building Performance Survey 2015 Report
Mill House photo © Archimetrics

History and Theory

• Asmara – Africa’s Modernist City: UNESCO World Heritage Nomination
Asmara Africa’s Modernist City
Ministry of health / Edward Denison

• The Texture of Politics: London’s Anarchists Clubs 1882-1914
London’s Anarchists Clubs
Autonomie Club – The Graphic – 1894 – pt 4 (c) The British Library

• ‘Spotless Lilies and Foul Smelling Weeds’: Architecture and Moral Cleanliness in Victorian Magdelen Convents
KJ Spotless Lilies
KJ Spotless Lilies Figure 6 (c) Generalate of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God


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