Another successful year at the Truman Brewery.

Once again BA (Hons) Interior Architecture graduates put on an amazing display of work in their exhibition at this years Interior Educators Summer Show at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, London. Formerly known as Free Range, this is the UK’s largest and only collective exhibition of the best work produced by graduates from national undergraduate courses within Interior Architecture & Design.

This year Brighton students walked away with prizes for the third consecutive year –  Megan Collis was the winner of the IE National Studio Project Prize for her design thesis into OCD and exposure therapy and Geena Wood was awarded second place in her IE National Writing Competition for her dissertation on filmic and spatial practices.. As the pictures show the Private View was a great night with smiles all round. Course Leader Gem Barton said “I am thrilled for both Geena and Megan and for every single one of our graduating students, and also a big thank you to our dedicated staff team for their continued support’