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President's Medals winners announced

London architecture schools scored a triple whammy at the 2007 RIBA President’s Medals ceremony last night (28 November).

The medals, which recognise the best student work in RIBA-accredited schools in the UK and abroad, went to students from the Bartlett, the Architectural Association and the University of Westminster.

Steve Westcott of the Bartlett, tutored by Yeoryia Manolopoulou and Niall McLaughlin, won the Silver Medal for Part 2 work with his Greenwich Perceptual Observatory project. Amandine Kastler from the AA, taught by Oliver Domeisen and Frances Hiromi Mikuriya, won the Bronze Medal for the best Part 1 work with her Cabinet of Curiosities project. Joanna Rapp of the University of Westminster, taught by Richard Difford, received the Dissertation Medal for her work on Giovanni Battista Piranesi.

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