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Laura Martin + Cormac Maguire – voted number 1

January 19, 2010

[L-R] Deirdre McKenna [UCD], Max Cannon [Holy Rosary], Laura Martin [Winner], Emmett Scanlon [UCD], Paddy McEvoy [RoanKabin]

We are delighted to announce that Laura Martin and Cormac Maguire, recent graduates of Queens University Belfast, have won top prize in the Learning Space competition. Laura, who presented the project on behalf of herself and Cormac was voted into first place by the staff and students of Holy Rosary Primary School.

St. John Walsh, a thesis student in UCD Architecture and Sarah Williams, a recent graduate from DIT, Dublin were runners up.

In total E1000 in prize money was awarded to the three winners, kindly donated by our sponsors Roankabin. Furthermore the winning pair will be offered

  • A three month [minimum] fully salaried [pro-rata] position for  an architect in the architectural research section of RoanKabin.

We would like to thank RoanKabin for the generous participation in this workshop and for offering support to graduate architects and this difficult time.

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