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Undergraduate Architecture Students awarded honorable mention in 120 Hours International Student Competition

120 HOURS, an international design competition for architecture students, recently announced this year's winners and honorable mentions for its third annual competition.

The competition, organized by students of the three main architecture schools in Norway {BAS, AHO and NTNU}, took place February 4th - 9th with submissions due 120 hours after the release of the competition brief.

The competition received 249 entries from 103 universities in 44 countries. This year's competition questioned the relationship between architecture and nature through the design of a cruise dock in the Norwegian Geirangerfjord.


Taubman College UG2 students of architecture John Arnold, Jeffrey Burgess and Meghan Royster's project Terra_Slice was awarded an honorable mention and will be part of two exhibitions of finalists, one at the Bergen School of Architecture and the other at DogA, the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture in Oslo.

For more information: 120hours.no

Mar 11, 2013

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