Students recognised at Architecture Night 2021


At Architecture Night universities and students displayed the best architecture projects from their institutions and we revealed the winners of the RSUA Bronze and Silver Medals.

This section of the evening started with the announcement of the Best in School awards for undergraduate students from Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University, followed by the overall winner of the RSUA Bronze Medal. The Best in School awards for postgraduate students from Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast were then announced followed by the overall winner of the RSUA Silver Medal.

The judges were Kari Simpson, TODD Architects and Donal MacRandal, Principal architect at the Department of Finance and RSUA President.

On the night, the awards were presented by Donal MacRandal with help from Architecture Night host Mark Simpson.

(Pictured above, from left to right, Jordan Beattie, RSUA President Donal MacRandal, Kayla Enos and Órlaith Rice)

Bronze Medal Shortlist

  • Kayla  Enos, QUB
  • Ellen McKeag, QUB
  • Rachel Murphy, QUB
  • Jon Cowan, UU
  • Órlaith Rice, UU
  • Jordan Taggart, UU

Best in School UU: Órlaith Rice

Best in School QUB and Bronze Medal Winner: Kayla Enos

A visual representation of Kayla’s award-winning project, ‘Community Pavilion’

Silver Medal Shortlist

  • Jordan Beattie, UU
  • Sean Crilly, UU
  • Scott Kennedy, UU
  • Anna Crew, QUB
  • Aisha Holmes, QUB
  • Vallia Perdikaki, QUB

Best in School UU: Jordan Beattie

Best in School QUB & RSUA Silver Medal Winner: Anna Crew

A visual representation of Anna’s project – ‘Re-ordering Stormont’