Posts Tagged ‘Awards#8217;

3
Jan

Congratulations Maria!

Written on January 3, 2012 by Mariana Romero in News

Here is a 38 minute documentary film of interviews that share the excitements & challenges of architects in Spain. Maria Ruiz Pardo, student of the master class of 2011, is one of the protagonists. The interviewees were the winners of the 7th AJAC (Agrupació Joves Arquitectes de Catalunya) awards. For those of you who are learning Spanish, it sure is a good motive to test the hearing skills.  The director of the documentary is also an architect, David Hernández Falagán. This might be one of those diverse set of roles needed to be played by architects. As Juan Lago-Novas posted earlier, things have changed.

Congratulations to Maria for the award and the performance on camera!

21
Nov

Architect of the Year Awards

Written on November 21, 2011 by Mariana Romero in News

Last Tuesday 15th of November BD magazine celebrated the Architect of the Year Awards (AYA). IE School of Architecture & Design sponsored the “Class of 2011″ award which was aimed at the best recent graduates from UK. The award was given to Cara Shields from University of Strathclyde, by Juan Lago-Novas, Director of Master in Architectural Management & Design. The award consists of a scholarship applicable to the next edition of the master program starting February 2012. It was a though race, the “Class of 2011” gathered amazing candidates. Cara won the selection based on the personal interview and the social commitment of her project.

It was an outstanding event, gathering top architectural practices from UK. IE School of Architecture & Design was fortunate to be the only school present. Thanks once more to the team at BD & the participation of all candidates. We look forward to welcoming Cara to IE!

Click here to see the AYA finalists & here to see the Class of 2011 finalists.

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