Amedeo Scofone, Senior Sustainability Consultant at Hilson Moran, recently celebrated with the University of Westminster’s Architecture and Environmental Design (AED) students at their end of year MSc. Show, MORE 2020, following his second year as visiting lecturer.
Over the past year, Hilson Moran has been proud to be a part of the University’s Collaborative Thesis Project Programme. Developed to provide a broader and deeper understanding of the principles of environmental design, the programme enables students to develop their dissertation project with the support of industry experts.
As part of a final presentation, all students were tasked with preparing a poster showcasing their dissertation project, summarising their design research over the last term.
The Hilson Moran award, now in its second year, is given to the dissertation that is judged to best consider the topic at hand while demonstrating an innovative, pragmatic approach. The award looks for students to demonstrate an understanding of the environmental design considerations, learned during the course, blended with an application of previously acquired architectural skills.