Jamie Stirrat, who graduated from Queen’s in 2017 with a First-Class Honours Degree in Architecture has just been awarded the Royal Society of Ulster Architects Bronze Medal.
Judged by the President Paul Crowe RIBA, and his nominee Johann Muldoon RIBA MBE, this Medal is awarded to the top undergraduate’s final architecture design project in the Northern Ireland.
Presented at the 2017 Architecture Night, 27 October, Jamie’s work was presented to an audience of over three hundred architects and clients, with the BBC’s Mark Simpson interviewing Jamie on stage.
At the same event, Cormac McCartney received the accolade of best in our school for his MArch (RIBA Part 2) design project, with the RSUA judging his design work to be top of the Part 2 programme at Queen’s University Belfast 2017.
Image – The final year project by Jamie Stirrat, 2017 BSc Architecture 1st Class Honours graduate, combining research, ideas, exploration & development.