Julia King, PhD student in Architecture, is featured in the August edition of ICON magazine as one of their worldwide 'Future 50'.
Date: 04 August 2013
Congratulations to Julia whose research, on the Architecture of Rapid Change and Scarce Resource, joins a worldwide collection of recognisable & not so recognisable names nominated by experts and practioners to compile the' Future 50'.
'The resulting list (...) has no pretensions to be definitive or hierarchical. It is a snapshot that shows how young designers and architects are pushing the boundaries of their disciplines and trying to change the world. We hope to visit many of their forthcoming projects in future issues.'
Read more about her project and the other 49 'Future 50' by subscribing to ICON online here.
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