2017 AIA Architectural Student Ideas Competition

  • Jung, Markus (Recipient), Sabrina, Kyla (Recipient), Idenbayar, YD (Recipient) & Lytas, Alex (Recipient)

Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)


M. Jung's Studio wins the 2017 Architectural Student Ideas Competition – The Place of Transport were announced last week (7 September) with the entry by MADA Master of Architecture students Kyla Sabrina, Yadamsuren Idenbayar, and Alexander Lytas taking the top prize.
Organised by the Australian Institute of Architectures (AIA), the Competition asked students at Deakin, RMIT, The University of Melbourne and Monash to consider the design possibilities for the public land that will be liberated by the creation of an elevated railway line between Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs of Caulfield and Dandenong.
At Monash, sixteen students working under the direction of MADA Senior Lecturer Markus Jung collaborated to create proposals for a variety of sites along the railway line.
Degree of recognitionRegional
Granting OrganisationsThe Royal Australian Institute of Architects (trading as Australian Institute of Architects)

Awarded at event

Event titleAward Ceremony by Architecture Insitiute Australia
LocationMelbourne, Melbourne, AustraliaShow on map
Period11 Sept 2017 → 11 Oct 2017