and Spatial Design student wins award from industry partner
BA (Hons) Interior and Spatial Design student at Buckinghamshire New
University has won a prize for his work from office design and build
Matthews was presented with a winning certificate and cheque by Fi
Mathieson of space-pod at the University's Art & Design
Show for his design concept for an 'Island on the Thames'.
Mathieson said: "We were particularly impressed with Tim's
concept for an Island on the Thames - he embraced multi-disciplinary
spatial design practices to integrate architecture, landscape design,
and service design."
supports the BA (Hons) Interior and Spatial Design degree due to its
focus on both the theory and practice of design."
Matthews said: "I am extremely proud that all of my hard work
has been recognised by such a well-respected company."
has a showroom in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, and second-year BA
(Hons) Interior and Spatial Design students enjoy work-experience
opportunities with the company.
classmate Anna-Lee Laferlla, a previous winner of the space-pod Prize
for Spatial Design, is joining the firm as a Junior Designer after
impressing during an internship in the second year of her course and
being sponsored by space-pod in her third year.
Leader David Barras said: "We are very grateful to space-pod for
the ongoing relationship we have and the work experience
opportunities for our second-year students.
thanks to Fi Mathieson for attending our Show and presenting the
space-pod prize to Tim Matthews - he is a very deserving winner. The
Spatial Design course team also wish Anna-lee Laferlla all the best
for her future career as it starts with space-pod."