SEDA KJ Award 2013
SEDA KJ Award Student Prize 2013
The ‘Krystyna Johnson Award’ was re-launched in 2012 to encourage second year architectural students to bring ecological thought to their work from the outset.
Each of the five Scottish Schools of Architecture promoted one project in their curriculum for consideration, awards were granted to each School, with Claire O’Neil from Dundee University chosen as overall winner. All five winners are presented in the exhibition. They were chosen not only for their ecological approach but their aim to produce an object of beauty. The exhibition of the five different projects is open at The Lighthouse until 28th November.
The project briefs selected for 2014 are also described in the exhibition these include Sheffield University as our annual guest, with Melbourne School of Architecture joining the fray in 2015.
On Friday 1 November Hattie Hartman, Sustainability Editior at The Architects' Journal, will be giving the talk 'Beyond silos: Teaching green design' looking at how we can put green design at the forefront of teaching.
This talk has been organised in collaboration with SEDA to coincide with the Krystyna Johnson Awards 2013 exhibition.
Tickets cost £3 and can be purchased here. Tickets may be avaliable on the door subject to avaliability.
The talk will be held in the Architecture & Design Scotland Workshop at The Lighthouse, Glasgow, on level 2. Doors open at 1pm and the talk will start at 1.10pm, with the aim of finishing by 2pm following Q&As.