Student Design Awards 2015
An image from Rachel Murray’s project, ‘Market Square / Wetland Pier’.
A project combining contemporary digital fabrication techniques with traditional Māori craft methods and design approaches has won James Durcan the 2015 Cadimage Group Student Design Awards.
Two Highly Commended awards were also conferred, to Unitec’s Hannah Broatch for a project that researched new accommodation for migrant workers in Ahmedabad, India, and to Tessa Forde, for a satirical investigation of a new Auckland-based Parliament for Aotearoa.
Overview & judges
In late November 2015, four final-year students nominated by each of New Zealand’s three accredited schools of architecture gathered in Auckland to contest the NZIA Cadimage Group Student Design Awards...