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M.Arch students win Future Spaces Foundation Prize



M.Arch students Pacha Brady, Kale Bailey, Ollie Hill, Ben Ravensdale and Jamie Wilkes are the winners of the 2017 Make Architects / Future Spaces Foundation Student Competition.

“The winning concept graphically illustrated anxiety in its multiplicity of guises,” said judge John Prevc. “Anxiety is not just one thing to all people, it’s different for everyone, and the team from Canterbury made physical a set of experiences in which anxiety could be reduced, for example water, greenery and the experience of movement. Their entry was well thought through and truly captured the essence of what a vital city should include.”

More information about the Future Spaces Foundation Student Competition here:
http://www.futurespacesfoundation.org/2017/11/latest-student-design-competition-yields-stellar-ideas/

The other two UCA teams participating in the FSF design competition were:

Team BREATHE: Alanoud Al-Radaihdeh, Ben Champion, Maria Madalina Marinescu, Anastasiya Neumiarzhytskaya‎ and Ozan Topsogut

Team PLAY: Sam Amer, Toko Andrews, Morgan Hone, Chris Johnson and Tyler Lemmon

Further links
http://www.futurespacesfoundation.org
http://www.makearchitects.com

http://www.uca.ac.uk/study/courses/master-of-architecture/
http://www.uca.ac.uk/study/courses/ma-urban-design/