Russell Gould has successfully passed his Part 3 examination with a Distinction and has therefore qualified as an Architect.
“My Career Evaluation and Case Study document formed a key part of the Final Examination in Professional Practice, including the past three years working at Noviun and my role as Project Lead on the recently completed Samuel Cody SEMH School”
Justin Tiller has also successfully graduated from his Part 2 course and was awarded a Master of Architecture with Distinction at the Portsmouth School of Architecture following the apprenticeship route.
“My thesis project explores the possibility of a centre for organic architecture in the garden of Sant’Andrea al Quirinale between the churches of Bernini and Borromini on the Quirinale Hill in Rome embodying the social and architectural ideas of Bruno Zevi. Responding to the surrounding landscape, I explored irregular forms through clay models that were digitalised using LiDAR scanning and developed into a proposed building.”
Both Russell and Justin have had to overcome many challenges over the last few years, not least with the pandemic and we are extremely delighted for both of them in achieving fantastic results. They’re both now looking forward to re-establishing their social lives..!
We look forward to supporting both of them further in their careers in Architecture and are proud to have them both at Noviun.