'Reimagining the Incompiuto Siciliano Archaeological Park’ - winner of the 2020 Max Fordham Environmental Design Prize

18 September 2020


We are pleased to announce that Scott (Siqi) Chen is the winner of the eighth Max Fordham Environmental Design Prize!

Members of the Max Fordham team have been tutoring at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture for more than a decade. We’ve established a great relationship over that time, which was formally recognised in 2013 by the creation of an award at the annual student Summer Show - which has been a virtual edition this year.

The Max Fordham Environmental Design Prize is awarded to the 5th year design project that demonstrates the greatest level of ambition, originality, technical innovation and philosophical rigour in the field of environmental design and sustainability. The prize consists of £1,000, to help the student cover their project-related expenses, and consultancy with Max Fordham engineers to further develop the environmental premise of the project.

This year, Scott (Siqi) Chen is the well-deserved winner with his dissertation 'Reimagining the Incompiuto Siciliano Archaeological Park’! You can read more about the winning project here.

Congratulations Scott and we look forward to hearing more about your project in your presentation to the practice next week!