Robert Adam’s practice, Adam Architecture has launched its 2010 Student Travel Scholarship award
The £1,500 prize, which rewards outstanding research in architecture and urban design, is open to all UK and international students from Part I up to 3 years after Part II, or equivalent qualification.
The deadline for applications is 14 May.
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Full details are available at www.robertadamarchitects.com/TS2010
ADAM Architecture is calling for entries for this year’s Student Travel Scholarship, expanded to an International award for the first time, to support and reward outstanding research in architecture and urban design. Students from overseas as well as the UK are invited to apply for the £1,500 award (or local currency equivalent if outside the UK) to fund their research, travel and accommodation. The scholarship is now in its fifth year and this is the first time it has reached out to international students. Entries are sought from all UK and overseas Schools of Architecture students, from Part I up to 3 years after Part II, or equivalent qualification.
Michael Hammond, editorial director at World Architecture News.com, and Peter Hall, Bartlett professor of planning and regeneration at University College London, will be joining the directors of ADAM Architecture on the judging panel for shortlisted students.
George Saumarez Smith, director at ADAM Architecture, said: ‘We believe in the importance of education and in maintaining traditional architectural training including architectural history, urban design, hand drawing and knowledge of the classical orders. We are particularly keen that students have the opportunity to study and comprehend classical and vernacular architecture, which is at present too often omitted from architecture courses. We are delighted to be running our Travel Scholarship again this year.’