The IE National Graduate Design Award for best 3-D representation went to Kate Vickery and the BA Interior Architecture course won the IE Graduate Design Award for best course exhibition.
The awards were presented at the Free Range annual exhibition at the Old Truman Brewery in London. The event showcases the work of thousands of design students across a range of different disciplines including fashion, art, graphics, photography and interior design.
Interior Architecture Course Leader, Gem Barton said: “Free Range is an excellent event, a chance for the press, industry and public to see the work of 30+ interiors course across the UK. Given the overall high quality of work presented I am thrilled that the University of Brighton has won two awards, one recognises Kate’s fantastic individual work and the other the collective efforts of our students and staff.”