London studio’s Robyn Poulson is shortlisted for this year’s AJ/Curtins Inspiring Graduate Prize. The award celebrates entrepreneurial Part 1 and 2 graduates that significantly contribute to their architecture practice’s business or have demonstrated exceptional business thinking on an independent project.
Robyn, alongside three other finalists, will present to a judging panel consisting of industry experts on 9 October. She will explain her role in developing BDP where she is currently leading an interdisciplinary team for the design and delivery of a new library and teaching facility in Francis Holland School in London. Robyn joined BDP as a Part 1 in 2012 and is now a student ambassador for the University of Sheffield.
The winner will be announced on 3 November at the AJ100 Breakfast event at Claridge’s. They will receive a £1,000 bursary plus have a feature in the Architects' Journal.