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2022 RIBA AHR Scholarship winner

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2022 RIBA AHR Scholarship awarded

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by AHR


The winner of the 2022 RIBA AHR Scholarship has been announced.

We’re delighted that Reem Taha Hajj Ahmad has been announced as the recipient of the highly coveted 2022 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) AHR Scholarship. The scholarship will offer Reem personal mentoring by one of our architects, a four-week paid work placement at one of our offices and a £6,000 grant towards her studies. Reem will use the scholarship for MArch at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL this September.

The judging took place in July by judges, Jenny Russell, RIBA Director of Education, Gary Overton, Director, AHR, Manisa Mistry, Associate, AHR, Chloe Anderson; Senior Architect, Holland Harvey Architects, Roy Khatchadourian, Founder/Architect at Studio Arkay, Nicky Watson, representative of RIBA President Simon Allford, Director, JDDK Architects and RIBA Vice President for Education (2018-2020).

I am delighted and grateful to receive the RIBA AHR Scholarship. It further motivates me to achieve the humanitarian message I aspire to deliver through my Architectural work. I shall treasure the value of this enriching opportunity as it contributes to my role in society and my future self.”

Reem Taha Hajj Ahmad

2022 RIBA AHR Scholarship recipient

We’re delighted to award this scholarship to Reem Taha Hajj Ahmad. The standard of entries was exceedingly high and Reem stood out by her dedication to her architecture career and commitment to delivering a humanitarian aspect to her work, which remains a constant throughout. I am sure Reem will succeed in her career and her Part 2 at The Bartlett School of Architecture and it is a real privilege to be able to support Reem as she completes her studies.”

Gary Overton


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