We are extremely pleased and proud to announce that our employee Kori, after many years of determination and a lot of hard work, has completed his Architectural Technology Bachelor’s degree, achieving a First-Class grade with Honours.
His final major design project received high praise by his course leader Richard Longstaff, who described it as being “An outstandingly well-crafted major design project that achieved in comprehension, understanding, and presentation. Each criteria had been tackled with enthusiasm and gusto to seek out the optimum in design, buildability and performance, presented in a way which makes this particularly exceptional.”
Following his much-deserved success, this incredibly detailed and thought-out high-rise scheme was then submitted onto CIAT for the ‘The Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology’, where Kori has since been shortlisted alongside 5 other candidates for the upcoming award. This in itself is a fantastic achievement, emphasising Kori’s ever-growing talent and capabilities, especially considering this award covers a huge number of students from schools/universities affiliated with CIAT.
For more information on Kori’s high rise Anglia Square project, along with the other finalist’s work submitted for the award, please see the associated links below.
Main Awards Page
Finalists| The Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology | Project
Kori’s project page
Proposed High-Rise Tower Sustainability Re-Design at Anglia Square, Norwich
Everyone at Paul Robinson Partnership wishes him all the best for the awards ceremony on the 22nd of October and congratulate him on his success so far.