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RIBA Announces Winners of 2021 President's Medals Highlighting World's Best Architecture Student Projects

Posted On: Jan 21, 2022   |   Posted By: Arch Daily

RIBA Announces Winners of 2021 President's Medals Highlighting World's Best Architecture Student Projects

Reclaiming Playtime by Nicholas Honey and Robert Thackeray. Image Courtesy of RIBA
The Royal Institute of British Architects has revealed the 2021 President's Medals, recognizing the world's best architecture student projects and dissertations. The award, now at its 185 th edition, represents a record of academic results, providing a comprehensive image of contemporary architectural preoccupations. This year's edition saw the greatest number of entries in the history of the award, with 338 entries nominated by 102 schools of architecture from 31 countries.

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