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MArch Students win multiple awards from The International Concrete Design Competition

MArch Students win multiple awards from The International Concrete Design Competition

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The 8th Concrete Design Competition asked students of architecture, design and engineering to explore and exploit the potential of concrete’s properties with respect to any notion of TACTILITY.

Entries were received from four colleges in Ireland (CCAE, DIT, WUB & UL) and this time around the prizes were shared by QUB and UL. The jury selected three winning entries, including two from QUB. One for Sinead Cameron and one award for the team, comprising Matthew Nicholl, Ciara Mitchell and Conor Reid.

The jury awarded €750 to both winning projects and have invited them to attend a Master Class in Brussels during the first week of September. In addition, the jury decided to award prize money to entries that received a commendation, of which two were from QUB. The winning entries in this case include Caitlin Paxton and a group comprising of David Allport, Wai Tak Cheung and Emma Dunn. Each project is awarded €275.

Click here to read more details about The International Concrete Design Competition.


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