Category Archives: Student

Design reviews

There were two intense weeks of reviews; of students preparing, tutors advising, of presenting work, of feedback, discussion and debate within the school. The faces of students and staff confirmed concentration, smiles and laughter – a truly wonderful period of investigation

Design reviews

There were two intense weeks of reviews; of students preparing, tutors advising, of presenting work, of feedback, discussion and debate within the school. The faces of students and staff confirmed concentration, smiles and laughter – a truly wonderful period of investigation

Year 2 Study Trip to London 

In early MArch 2017 Stage 2 combined a study trip of London facades with a guided viewing of the RIBA Presidents Medals Exhibition. Thanks to John-Paul Nunes, Head of Education Projects, for his introduction to the President’s Medals and presenting samples of

Year 2 Study Trip to London 

In early MArch 2017 Stage 2 combined a study trip of London facades with a guided viewing of the RIBA Presidents Medals Exhibition. Thanks to John-Paul Nunes, Head of Education Projects, for his introduction to the President’s Medals and presenting samples of

RSUA Bronze Medal: Joint winner at Queen’s

Architecture Night was a good night for 2016 Queen’s graduate Holly Dale. Originally from Lancashire, England, Holly was shortlisted along with five others – all of whom were interviewed by the President of the RSUA.  For the first time in living memory

RSUA Bronze Medal: Joint winner at Queen’s

Architecture Night was a good night for 2016 Queen’s graduate Holly Dale. Originally from Lancashire, England, Holly was shortlisted along with five others – all of whom were interviewed by the President of the RSUA.  For the first time in living memory

RSUA Silver Medal 2016 to Queen’s

David Magennis, who graduated with distinction from our MArch (Part 2) in 2016 was recently presented with the RSUA Silver Medal.  Presented each year to the best Part 2 student in Northern Ireland,  the judging process includes a formal interview of six shortlisted candidates. The

RSUA Silver Medal 2016 to Queen’s

David Magennis, who graduated with distinction from our MArch (Part 2) in 2016 was recently presented with the RSUA Silver Medal.  Presented each year to the best Part 2 student in Northern Ireland,  the judging process includes a formal interview of six shortlisted candidates. The

Roisin Hyde wins Best Poster Award at IOM3 Conference

Architecture PhD candidate Roisin Hyde was awarded the Best Poster Award at the recent Cement and Concrete Science Conference hosted by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in Cardiff. Roisin’s work is focused on the development of ultra high

Roisin Hyde wins Best Poster Award at IOM3 Conference

Architecture PhD candidate Roisin Hyde was awarded the Best Poster Award at the recent Cement and Concrete Science Conference hosted by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in Cardiff. Roisin’s work is focused on the development of ultra high

Forest Pavilion Lithuania

Completed Forest Pavilion, Lithuania. Under the umbrella of the European Architecture Students Assembly, Brett McMahon and Rory Rankin, MArch students at Queen’s University led a group of ten architecture students from across the world to finalise the design and construct this shelter within

Forest Pavilion Lithuania

Completed Forest Pavilion, Lithuania. Under the umbrella of the European Architecture Students Assembly, Brett McMahon and Rory Rankin, MArch students at Queen’s University led a group of ten architecture students from across the world to finalise the design and construct this shelter within

Best Student Society

The Architecture Society has won the Queen’s University 2016 Award for the Best Student Academic Society.  The main officers –  Aidan Hogan, Richard Gray, Holly Dale and Molly Blackwell were pleased to attend the award presentation.  Their biggest event of the year was the 50th

Best Student Society

The Architecture Society has won the Queen’s University 2016 Award for the Best Student Academic Society.  The main officers –  Aidan Hogan, Richard Gray, Holly Dale and Molly Blackwell were pleased to attend the award presentation.  Their biggest event of the year was the 50th