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Serjeant Award

The Skidmore Owings & Merrill Foundation Travelling Fellowship for Parts I & II


Michelle Saywood

Kingston University

Seatoller Hotel, the Lake District

Serjeant Award

KR An exquisite use of various drawing techniques using pencil, crayon, charcoal and acetone transfers, very much in the spirit of the Serjeant Prize.

LV The drawings have a wonderful organic feel reflected in the investigation of the Lake District, where the building is sited.

Kavi KittaniUniversity of North London

A Place of Remembrance

The Skidmore Owings & Merrill FoundationTravelling fellowship Part I

Kittani's work displays a poetic and sensitive investigation, using a personal interpretation of the Anigozanthos flower. The project explores the poetic and ephemeral spatial possibilities which were then translated into an unorthodox architectonic installation. The proposal, A Place of Remembrance, is a considered piece of landscape architecture.

Julia von Rohr

Bartlett School of Architecture

Natural Dye Factory andAromatherapy Bath-House

Von Rohr's work displayed an outstanding use of digital media, using the computer as a total craft. The drawings demonstrated a particular sensuality very different from the anonymity normally associated with computer drawings.

Serjeant Award

The Skidmore Owings & Merrill FoundationTravelling fellowship Part II

LV We thought that giving three awards to the one student would be overkill, but no other project came close to the sophistication of this project.

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