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Set up in 2004 by JM+P and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the bursary aims to support architectural and engineering students, graduates and newly qualified architects and engineers committed to the progress of environmental and community issues in the UK or abroad.
The RIBA McAslan Bursary gives recognition to innovative design projects and supports the energy, talent and creativity of architecture and engineering students, graduates, newly qualified architects and engineers.
The winning individual or team uses the bursary fund to develop an original design project that will cultivate positive and real change for the environment and communities involved.  The bursary has supported 16 successful projects by architecture and engineering students and graduates.
The 2015 RIBA McAslan Bursary was won by Umi Baden-Powell, with her project Zero Point House. Runners up were 5 Square Metres of Desire by Christopher Bradley and Tom Cole, together with Project Lacey Green by Clementine Blakemore.
The Bursary is now organised on a biennial basis – details of the 2018 Bursary will be published shortly.
Zero Point House Umi Baden-Powell Netherlands, Nigeria 2015
5 Square Metres of Desire – Runner Up Christopher Bradley and Tom Cole London 2015
Project Lacey Green – Runner Up Clementine Blakemore Buckinghamshire 2015
Roof Garden, Mumbai Nicola Antaki Mumbai, India 2012
The Alternative Seating Guide Sophie Handler London 2010
Is a Well Really Sustainable? Yolanda Chakava Nairobi, Kenya 2010
We Heart the Suburbs Sarah Considine/Melanie Bax Southend-on-Sea 2010
Community Infrastructure in Rural Nigeria Dr Heather Cruickshank Nigeria 2008
Lessons for Building Back Better Ripin Kalra India 2008
One-Year House Asif Khan and Julia King Thailand 2008
Vernacular Values Nikki Linsell Romania 2007
Tea Dance Sophie Handler London 2007
Regeneration of Embankment Life in West Africa Julia Bouvy Senegal 2007
Shade Cental Craig Bamford India 2006
Les Femmes Dynamiques Claudia Amico Senegal 2006
New Horizon Youth Centre Adam Khan London 2005
People in Space Pascale Scheurer London 2005
Shelter Module Dr Tom Corsellis Global 2005
Grid City Joann Tang London 2005
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