Sheppard Robson Student Prize for Architecture Winners
28 June 2013
Summer Exhibition Architecture Room, 2013 Photo © Benedict Johnson Summer Exhibition Edit
is a series in which a variety of speakers present edited highlights of this year’s Summer Exhibition
Chang-Yeob Lee and Nichelle Channer, the recipients of the inaugural Sheppard Robson Student Prize for Architecture, discuss their winning entries.
Meet in the Central Hall, Summer Exhibition
Free with an exhibition ticket (no booking required)
About the Winners
© Nichelle Channer Nichelle Channer is 20 years old and has just finished a BA in Architecture Degree at University for the Creative Arts in Canterbury. Her winning model is for a project that "combines the future and current state of the rising sea levels and how this would eventually affect the town of Sandwich in south Kent. As the sea level rises a series of these temporary measuring device structures would be built along the journey from the coast into the heart of Sandwich".
© Chang-Yeoh Lee Chang-Yeob Lee is currently completing a Masters in Architecture at the Royal College of Art having previously studied for a BA in interior design at Hanyang University, Seoul. Chang-Yeob Lee's winning model is for a project that takes inspriration from R. Buckminster Fuller's assertion that "Pollution is nothing but the resources we are not harvesting" and harnesses particle collection technologies so that "air pollution would not be viewed as an ecological disaster but as an economic opportunities".