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Royal Glasgow Institute announces winners of architectural drawing contest

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These are the joint winners in the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts’ inaugural architectural drawing competition

The contest, which was open to all UK-based architects and students and backed by the Norma Frame Foundation, attracted 95 entries.

The £1,000 first prize was shared by second-year Stratchclyde University student Michal Supron for his ‘amazing’ Cathedral drawing and Niall Patterson, a third-year student at the University of Edinburgh for Emergence and Locomotion. The panel of judges included Elder & Cannon Architects co-founder Tom Elder, Gary Johnson of Gareth Hoskins and Professor Alan Dunlop. Dunlop said: ‘Hand drawing is a fundamental skill that architects need and this contest is aimed at getting the focus back on the drawing board.’

Full list of Prize Winners

First Prize: Joint award to: Cathedral by Michal Supron, and Emergence and Locomotion by Niall Patterson.

Runner up prizes:Redsands by Ross Anderson, who studied at The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and is currently working as a registered Architect with AAdf. Each runner-up receives £250.

Glasgow: As it was, as it is and as it might be by Anna Gibb who works with a small local practice in Aberdeen, but is currently working in Australia.

Glasgow: As it was, as it is and as it might be by Anna Gibb

Glasgow: As it was, as it is and as it might be by Anna Gibb

Untitled 1 by Laurence Wood, who is from Grangemouthand runs the White Paper Studio/ Urban Garden Studios

Commendations:

Untitled, Ross Anderson

Aberdeen, Robin Webster

Sketch Studies for Holiday House Design, Vas Piyasena

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