Category Archives: Awards

Queen’s Graduate Work to Tour the World

The work of two Queen’s graduates will be touring the world during 2018. The Royal Institute of British Architects have chosen the work of Rebecca-Jane McConnell (Part 2) and Luca Garoli (Part 1) to be part of the Presidents’ Medals

Queen’s Graduate Work to Tour the World

The work of two Queen’s graduates will be touring the world during 2018. The Royal Institute of British Architects have chosen the work of Rebecca-Jane McConnell (Part 2) and Luca Garoli (Part 1) to be part of the Presidents’ Medals

Winning design competition to be Built: East

Dr Rachel O’Grady was part of the team that won the recent RSUA Flare Design Competition. The competition was for early career architects to design a temporary or semi-permanent structure which will draw attention to the enormously important role that

Winning design competition to be Built: East

Dr Rachel O’Grady was part of the team that won the recent RSUA Flare Design Competition. The competition was for early career architects to design a temporary or semi-permanent structure which will draw attention to the enormously important role that

Alan Jones voted RIBA Vice President (Education) for 2017-18

Alan Jones has recently been made Vice President for Education at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. RIBA Council voted to make 2017-18 the third year Alan has been in this honorary position.  The role involves chairing the

Alan Jones voted RIBA Vice President (Education) for 2017-18

Alan Jones has recently been made Vice President for Education at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. RIBA Council voted to make 2017-18 the third year Alan has been in this honorary position.  The role involves chairing the

Architecture at Queen’s Wins 2017 RSUA Bronze Medal

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

Architecture at Queen’s Wins 2017 RSUA Bronze Medal

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

Graduation 5 July 2017

Architecture at Queen’s held a late morning graduate and prizes reception which was followed by the official class photographs and then all attended the graduation ceremony. Bubbly, strawberries and cream were then served in the Lanyon Quad – with proud

Graduation 5 July 2017

Architecture at Queen’s held a late morning graduate and prizes reception which was followed by the official class photographs and then all attended the graduation ceremony. Bubbly, strawberries and cream were then served in the Lanyon Quad – with proud

End of Year Show 2017

Everyone  is invited to the opening of our end of year show, prize giving, with opening speech, followed by drinks and discussion. Exhibition opening Wednesday 14th June. 6pm Continuing to Friday 23rd June. 1-5pm (Closed Sunday’s) Who might attend? Architect – Careers advisor –

End of Year Show 2017

Everyone  is invited to the opening of our end of year show, prize giving, with opening speech, followed by drinks and discussion. Exhibition opening Wednesday 14th June. 6pm Continuing to Friday 23rd June. 1-5pm (Closed Sunday’s) Who might attend? Architect – Careers advisor –

EPSRC Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) Award

Low carbon footprint construction for sustainable built environments and future cities Value of Award: £30K 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2016 The workshop was organised by a team from Queen’s University Belfast staff (QUB) working on sustainable construction materials (Dr Selim,

EPSRC Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) Award

Low carbon footprint construction for sustainable built environments and future cities Value of Award: £30K 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2016 The workshop was organised by a team from Queen’s University Belfast staff (QUB) working on sustainable construction materials (Dr Selim,