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Scott Brownrigg and the Stephen Lawrence Trust showcase student work

An exhibition of work by architecture students who have gained from the Stephen Lawrence Bursary Award Programme opened in London this week

The free student exhibition is running from the 26 October to 26 November in Scott Brownrigg’s Covent Garden offices.

The 12 exhibiting students created and curated the works which ‘challenge conventional perceptions of space’.

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust is an educational charity that aims to improve the lives of those ‘whose life chances are constrained by economic, cultural and social hardship.’ The charity was established in memory of Stephen Lawrence’s dream of improving the country’s inner cities by becoming an architect.

The book which accompanies the exhibition: ‘Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust: A Decade of Investing in Architecture’ showcases the results of the Trust’s architecture bursary programme.



 26 October - 26 November 2010

Opening times:                    

Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm


Scott Brownrigg, 77 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9DZ

T:  020 7240 7766




Tube stations:  Covent Garden, Holborn or Tottenham Court Road

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