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RIAI Student Award for Sustainable Design in Architecture
Sponsored by Equitone from Tegral
The aim of the RIAI Student Award for Sustainable Design is to recognise the awareness and integration of sustainable design principles by students as an inherent part of their design approach to a project or projects regardless of scale or complexity.
This award is free to enter.
The award is open to students who are currently enrolled in Third Year of recognised qualifications in Architecture on the island of Ireland and qualifications in Architectural Technology currently accredited by the RIAI.
A €3,000 prize fund is available for this award. Division or not of the prize fund will reflect the standard and diversity of entries.
Entries for 2020 will open in April.
Queries about RIAI Student Award for Sustainable Design should be addressed to Carol Curran, RIAI Education Officer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01 6761703.