Tobias Mackrill has been awarded the John MM Jenkinson Prize in Professional Practice in Architecture for his overall excellence in the first year of his Collaborative Practice course at the University of Sheffield.
The Collaborative Practice course - operating on a four-day-work, one-day study structure - promotes cross-pollination between education and practice, and for his first year Tobias has been an invaluable architectural assistant at Cullinan Studio.
On receiving the award, Tobias said:
"Members of Cullinan Studio have been enormously supportive during my year as a Collaborative Practice student. The Studio's ethos of openness and sharing has provided a rich learning environment allowing me to tap into key principles and tactics regarding organisational strategy and management of contemporary architecture practice."
Main image: Sectional perspective hand-drawing by Tobias for the Reflective Design Practice module of his Collaborative Practice course.