2021-22 Alberte Agerskov
This year’s recipient is ALBERTE AGERSKOV who studied architecture at the Institute of Building and Culture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She is embarking on a two-year Master of Fine Arts at Central St. Martin’s in London and will explore the border between art and architecture in the form of material studies, sculpture and painting.
2020-21 Benedicte Rahbek
Benedicte, who is Danish, is reading for a Master of Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Over the past four years, she has participated in field trips in France, Italy, Germany, Finland, Spain and Japan.
Now entering her fourth year of studies, her Master’s project will focus on the seaside town of Margate and its regeneration. Her career objective is to become an architect.
2019-20 Peter Sherwin
Peter is British and is studying a 2-year Nordic MSc in Cold Climate Engineering – Land Track between September 2018 – August 2020. His first year is being spent at the Greenland Campus (ARTEK) of the Technical University of Denmark, to be followed by a second year at the University Centre, Svalbard, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He has a MEng in Civil and Coastal Engineering from Plymouth University, receiving First Class Honours and the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence. He is a passionate advocate of the polar regions and wants to make a positive contribution to the knowledge and expertise of the built environment as a cold regions specific Engineer for the benefit of these important and challenging areas of the world.