Two students from The Cass School of Architecture have been successful in this years WCCA Drawing Prize.
Date: 8 September 2014
Two students from The Cass School of Architecture have been successful in this year’s WCCA Drawing Prize. Anna Pizova of BA Architecture won the Part 1 category, and Suzi Pain of the Professional Diploma course was runner up in the part 2 category.
The WCCA Drawing Prize 2014
The Jonathan and Victoria Ball Award
Following the success of the competition that was run for the first time in 2011, the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects, with the support of RIBA, have awarded drawing prizes again this year to students from the London Schools of Architecture.
The prize money has been increased following a donation from Jonathan and Victoria Ball.
The aim is to encourage excellence in traditional drawing, but computer generated images were also considered.
Schools of Architecture were invited to submit one drawing for RIBA Part 1 and one for RIBA Part 2.
The first prize was £300, with a runner up of £150, in each category.
The 2014 winners were:
Part 1 Winner: Anna Pizova, The Cass, London Metropolitan University
Part 1 Runner Up: Dan Rymer Trenholm, University of Greenwich
Part 2 Winner: Laurence York, University of Greenwich
Part 2 Runner Up: Suzi Pain, The Cass, London Metropolitan University
In related news, William Burgess, a BA (Hons) Architecture student at The Cass was a runner up prize in the The WCCA Travel Award 2014.
Promoting Architecture in The City of London
The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects is a modern livery company combining the ancient history and governance of the City of London with its modern role as a global business bub featuring world-class architecture and place making. It seeks to support the City in delivering a better environment; it works with the Lord Mayor to promote business overseas; it provides a professional and social network for those who practice architecture and those who benefit from it. The Company supports the training of students as well as a range of charities including the Architects’ Benevolent Society and Open House Weekend.
Enquiries: Anne Markey WCCA Master of Students
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