Alice Shanahan winner of the first Norman Foster Foundation Scholarship at The Bartlett School of Architecture

September 26, 2017

The jury agreed that Alice Shanahan’s work was the most accomplished and sophisticated of all the candidates. Shanahan’s work places equal importance on the process of making and drawing as well as to the final product. She appeared as a genuine, mature student who thinks like an architect – she has a delightful and perceptive spatial sense – but who also has a good idea on how the scholarship could be beneficial for her future and her career.

The Norman Foster Foundation funds the full academic fees of one student per year to ensure that the most promising candidates in Europe, regardless of means, have the opportunity to undertake the Bartlett School’s BSc Architecture Course.