MATTHEW WEB wins the prestigious 3DReid award 2014... Many congratulations Matt.
The 3DReid prize attracts entries from the UK’s top architecture schools and is judged by leading figures from the industry.
Tutors nominate each year’s top Part II students for the competition and judges included RIBA president Jane Duncan and Andrew Fullerton, head of design development at the BBC.
Matthew Webb, a Part II student, impressed judges with his MArch design project The Kennermerland Visitor Centre and Conservation Laboratory in the Netherlands. Matt was delighted to win the competition. He said: “It has been an honour to be shortlisted for this award, let alone come away as the winner. “I would like to thank everyone who has supported me throughout my architectural education, and specifically my tutor Ben Cowd.”

For full project please visit: http://www.saraben-academia.com/p/lsa-projects-yr2-barch-2010.html