Scott Brownrigg presents new exhibition with the Stephen Lawrence Trust


The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and Scott Brownrigg are proud to present an exhibition exploring the architectural work of students who have benefited from the Stephen Lawrence Bursary Award Programme.

The free exhibition is being hosted by Scott Brownrigg at the practice’s Covent Garden offices and is open to the public from 26 October to 26 November 2010.  Both the exhibition and the accompanying portfolio book showcase the results of the Trust’s bursary programme and are aimed at those with an interest in art, architecture and the built environment.

Over the course of the last year, Scott Brownrigg has presented the work of architects and artists who challenge conventional perceptions of space – from aesthetic experiments to explorations of the conceptual, social and political forces that shape the built environment.  The work that has been produced by the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust bursary alumni will continue this theme. 

The exhibition consists of work by 12 students at varying stages in their architectural studies and has been curated by the students themselves:

  • Susan Abaniwo Graduated at Kingston University, currently working at The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.
  • Nuha Baruti:  Undergraduate Architecture Degree, University of Westminster.
  • Lisa Basu:  Fully qualified.  Graduated at Edinburgh University and working at Fereday Pollard Architects
  • Angeletia Clarke:  Part II of an Architecture Postgraduate Degree at London Metropolitan University.
  • Tomasz Crompton:  Masters Architecture Postgraduate Degree at the Royal College of Art
  • Khalid Egal:  Third year of an Architecture Undergraduate Degree, University of East London.
  • Osita Nwachukwu:  Graduated from University of Creative Arts, Canterbury, currently working for Atkins.
  • Ikechukwu Obanye:  Registered for Part III at Cambridge University.  Working as Project Runner for Mark Pinney Associates.
  • Andrew Osula:  Postgraduate Diploma Year 2, University of Westminster
  • Ummar Rashid:  Graduated from London Metropolitan University. Employed by Duggan Morris Architects
  • Oscar Wokowu:  Year 3 of Undergraduate Architecture Degree, University of East London.
  • Ramsay Yassa: Graduated from The University of East London. currently undertaking his Part I placement with a boutique London practice. 


Darren Comber, Group Director at Scott Browrnigg, said, “The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust provides an invaluable role in supporting those students into an architectural education, who might not otherwise be able to follow their chosen career.  We are delighted to host this exhibition, showcasing the achievements of a handful of the many students supported by the bursary.”

Dates:   26 October - 26 November 2010
Opening times: Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm
Venue:    Scott Brownrigg, 77 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9DZ
   T:  020 7240 7766
Travel:   Tube stations:  Covent Garden, Holborn or Tottenham Court Road

The book released in conjunction with the exhibition, entitled 'Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust: A Decade of Investing in Architecture’ includes the design work created by the Trust’s architecture bursary recipients both in the UK and internationally since 1998 when the bursary was started.

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