Interior Architecture students win The Collective Design Award
Architecture and Interiors 7 March 2014
The competition was called ‘Room of Transient Dreams’ and asked for innovative solutions for live work studio spaces in a site in Bayswater.
Alice, Emily and Ada (all in their third year at Westminster) received their prize and a cheque for £2,500 at the award ceremony.
Alice Simmons said she was delighted to have won the competition: “It has given us a boost in confidence just as we prepare to go out into the real world, and of course it’s a bonus on our CV.”
Three more third year Interior Architecture BA Honours students, Georgia Charizani, Flor Barsallo and Blerina Berisha were runners up in the student category, winning £500.
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