The RIBA Scott Brownrigg Award for Sustainable Development provides £5000 funding for research to address environmental and ethical issues and enhance the quality of life of communities across the globe.
The award is open to individuals or teams of architecture graduates and practitioners for projects lasting between three and 12 months. At least one candidate in the team should:
- – have successfully completed a RIBA-validated Part 1 course or with candidate course status in the UK or abroad, and
- – be enrolled, or have been granted a place of study, in a RIBA-validated Part 2 or 3 course or with candidate course status in the UK or abroad by the beginning of the period covered by the award, or
- – have graduated from a RIBA-validated Part 2 or 3 course or with candidate course status in the UK or abroad
For more information please go here.
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