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The Victor Kite Award for Design Technology at the Bartlett

posted Jun 6, 2013, 11:40 PM by Scott Batty   [ updated Apr 23, 2015, 5:47 AM ]
This prize 
brings together the Bartlett School of Architecture, the Kite family and AHMM architects- set up in the Memory of Victor Kite- a great architect, teacher and friend to many in the profession.
In it's inaugural year the prize has been awarded to Max Butler, second year, unit 6, for his work in Design Technology Module ENVS.2015- run by Scott Batty and Andrew whiting. Max Butler's project, a housing scheme in South London utilised Hempcrete as a sustainable building material- the project achieved a mark of 88%. As part of the award a book was presented to the winning student at the Bartlett exhibition by Victor's Granddaughter Sophie.

(pictured from left to right) Prof. Bob Sheil - Bartlett Professor of Architecture & Design through Production, Betty Kite, Scott Batty - Bartlett Design Technology Module Co-ordinator, Dr Marcos Cruz- Director of the Bartlett School of Architecture, and the prize winner Max Butler
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