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Two Prestigious Award Nominations for Warren D'Souza

25 Jul 2023
Alumni News
Warren D'Souza (2010-17)
Warren D'Souza (2010-17)

OBM Warren D’Souza (2010-17) has been nominated for two prestigious architecture awards for his innovative project ‘Threads of Time’, which focussed on the Indian city of Udaipur and sought to revitalise the lost textile bazaar by reconnecting the city with its textile roots and paving a future for the growth of Indian craftsmanship.

The President’s Medal was established in 1836 and is awarded to the best graduate globally by The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). They are the RIBA’s oldest awards and are regarded as one of the most prestigious prizes in architectural education globally. Schools of architecture located across the globe are invited to nominate the work of their best students and, from the nominees, the medal is awarded by the RIBA President to the best project in the world. The University of Bath nominated Warren and he has made it to this year’s shortlist, an amazing accomplishment.

Warren’s second nomination is for The 3DReid Student Prize. Now in its 17th year, this is the largest independent prize for architecture master’s students. All schools of architecture in the UK are invited to nominate their best student for the award and once again, The University of Bath nominated Warren for ‘Threads of Time’. From the nominations, the judges shortlisted five finalists with Warren being one of this year’s final five.

Huge congratulations to Warren on his nominations, an achievement that is testament to all his hard work, and which indicates a very bright future. We are proud to know that he started his journey here are BMS.

If you would like to read more about ‘Threads of Time’ you can do so on the 3DReid Student Prize website.

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