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Dissertation judges discuss the entries.
Dissertation judges discuss the entries.

Bronze Medal

David Gloster is RIBA director of education and chair of the RIBA President’s Bronze and Silver Medals judging panels.

Kate Goodwin is head of architecture and Drue Heinz curator at the Royal Academy of Arts.

Róisín Heneghan is co-founder of Heneghan Peng Architects. Projects include the Stirling Prize-shortlisted University of Greenwich Stockwell Street Building.

Alan Jones is director of education (architecture) at Queen’s University Belfast and RIBA vice president education for 2015-17.

Chris Thurlbourne is a British architect based in Denmark, where he is head of The Aarhus School of Architecture’s Masters Programme.


Silver Medal

David Gloster is RIBA director of education and chair of the RIBA President’s Bronze and Silver Medals judging panels.

Alexander Brodsky is an architect and artist based in Moscow, Russia, where he also teaches at the MARCH school of architecture.

Alan Jones is director of education (architecture) at Queen’s University Belfast and RIBA vice president education for 2015-17.

Níall McLaughlin set up his practice in London in 1990. Awards include the 2015 Stephen Lawrence Award for The Fishing Hut.

Carme Pinós set up her own studio in 1991 after working with Enric Miralles. Projects by Estudio Carme Pinós include the Caixaforum Cultural and Exhibition Center, Zaragoza.


Dissertation Medal

Peg Rawes is chair of the Dissertation Medal judging panel. She is a historian and theorist, and programme director of the MA in architectural history at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.

Karin Jaschke is a senior lecturer at the University of Brighton and subject leader in postgraduate architectural humanities.

Stephen Walker is director of the Graduate School at the Sheffield School of Architecture, where he also supervises PhD theses. Research includes the architecture of fairgrounds.

Maarten Delbeke is professor of the history and theory of architecture at the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning at Ghent University, and editor-in-chief of online journal Architectural Histories.


Serjeant Award

In addition to Bronze and Silver Medals, the design projects judging panels awarded the Serjeant Awards for Excellence in Drawing at Parts 1 and 2. 


SOM Foundation Fellowships

An independent panel comprising Kent Jackson (design director, SOM London), Chris Wilkinson (director, Wilkinson Eyre Architects) and Mariana Pestana (curator of architecture at the Victoria & Albert Museum) selected the SOM Foundation Fellowships UK.


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