RIBA President's Medals Award

Established in 1836 when the Institute of British Architects awarded the first Silver Medal to George Godwin for his essay on the 'Nature and Properties of Concrete', the President's Medals are the RIBA’s oldest awards and are regarded as the most prestigious prizes in architectural education globally.
The current format of the awards dates to 1986, when at the celebration of their 150th anniversary, the Institute replaced a large number of student awards, scholarships and prizes with the Bronze and Silver Medals to reward outstanding design work at RIBA Part 1 and Part 2. In 2001, a Dissertation Medal was added to reward accomplished written work.
The winners receive their awards from the RIBA President at a ceremony in December of each year. This coincides with the opening of an exhibition of entries that also tours throughout the UK and internationally.

Selected projects by AUIC School

ProjectA SPACE FOR LIFE | Development of Age-friendly Housing I Case study of Gallaratese, Milan
Author/sMaja Ghannoum 
SupervisorAntonio Da Silva Ferreira De Carvalho


ProjectThe Monotown. A story between the birth and collapse of an idea
Author/sAttilio Bonelli
SupervisorAlessandro De Magistris


ProjectRemixing Architecture through Urban Culture: the Bronx revolution
Author/sMarco Papagni, Andrea Giuseppe Bulloni
SupervisorElisa Cristiana Cattaneo
ProjectReactivating Gancho: A Design Proposal for the Residual Voids in San Pablo, Zaragoza.
Author/sClaudia Comana
SupervisorIlaria Valente, correlatore Giulia Setti


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