National Competition Success For Queen's Architecture Students

Queen’s Architecture students have had success at the inaugural Irish Walled Towns Network: Historic Research Awards 2014. The new awards, supported by the Heritage Council of Ireland and hosted by the Royal Irish Academy, sought to honour research focussing on Ireland’s historic towns carried out by final degree and taught masters students, open to all disciplines and all universities on the island. Andrew Bryce won the overall degree student award for his Derry/Londonderry City Archive design proposal with Andrew Abraham being a shortlisted finalist in the taught masters category for his work exploring the (re)imaging of Belfast through collective memory in contested spaces.
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