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oasys awards

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Architectural entries once again dominated the Oasys Awards, set up to promote the use of information technology in the communication of design. Winning projects ranged from detailed analysis of a retained staircase to an underwater plastic-surgery clinic

BEST ARCHITECTURAL ENTRY Jason Ahmed, University of Westminster and Nick Foster, Bartlett, University of London These fantastically detailed designs for a plastic-surgery resort were described by the judges as 'almost anatomical'. This is an excellent example of taking an improbable proposal and then following it through rigorously to its logical conclusion

PREMIER PRIZE 2001 JIGG - Janet Cameron, Iain Gardner, R Geoffrey Evans, Gordon Henderson, University of Strathclyde This website presentation charts the progress of a project - in this case an urban development - from concept to opening. It records all ideas, drawings, correspondence, images, sketches and costs in a single, accessible vault.The judges highlighted this as a possible model for the future

THE ARCHITECT'S STORY GRADUATE FIRST Andrew James Cardwell, University of Strathclyde The winner had designed a sustainable classroom, centred on a large tree

THE PICTURE GRADUATE FIRST Christian Jackson, AIM A photo-realistic view of a modern room was used for this exploration of light and shadow

THE PICTURE STUDENT FIRST Leszek Marszalek, University of Lincolnshire & Humberside The image shows a proposed art gallery in the old Humber docks that would rise and fall with the tide

THE ARCHITECT'S STORY STUDENT JOINT FIRST Nelson Hanna, University of Westminster Cheap vodka and glass-panel construction were inspirations for this PowerPoint presentation of a plan to redevelop Canvey Island in Essex as a cod farm installation

JOINT FIRST Andrew Dearman, Pascall & Watson Architects A video shows the assembly process of a playground based on the design of Stephenson's Rocket

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