Architectural Technology student work

ARU Architectural Technology students Harvey Hale and Kori Moore were two of only 6 shortlisted entries for the 2021 Student Award for Excellence (project) at the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) Awards1 for their final year projects. Harvey’s project also won Highly Commended. The AT Awards are recognised as the premier accolades, nationally and internationally, that demonstrate outstanding achievement in Architectural Technology. ARU has had 4=four shortlisted students in as many years.

A CGI impression of houses with cars, cycleways with sustainable drainage and greenery
GGI impression of rearviews of homes growing crops on decking balconies out over a lake

The Home Office Project | Final year design project by Harvey Hale

Harvey’s Home Office proposal is located within a brownfield site off Low Road, St Ives, Cambridge. Its conception was a response to the need for homeworking and flexibility, with a creche and space for growing food included as wider plans for a community hub.

CGI impression of a block of flats with greenery incorporated into external walls and trees on balconies

Ecological Residential Tower | Final year design project by Kori Moore

Kori’s Ecological Residential Tower proposal in the heart of Norwich is conceived as an exemplary project that is low carbon and bio-diverse adopting bio-philic principles throughout the design.

The project’s objective was to create an architectural focal point within in a wider development whilst focusing on sustainable and ecological development setting an architectural paradigm in the UK.

1CIAT | Finalists| The Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Technology | Project