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President’s Medals 2014

Words:
Eleanor Young

Flights of fancy and engagement with the world of the imagination characterise this year’s RIBA President’s Medals, here described by the winners

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Silver Medal - click here to view

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Bronze Medal - click here to view

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Dissertation Medal - click here to view


 

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