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The JWSMS is awarded by a committee of equal representatives from the Fondation STRUTT Foundation and faculty of the Azrielli School of Architecture at Carleton University.
It was the most consistent exploration of geometric form, used to create diverse but sophisticately connected spaces that won the unanimous agreement of the jury. A deceptively simple project that reveals the concept of stacked orthographic cubes as elongated, sectioned, elevated, recessed, as core spine and periphery, scaled, layered, and disected to fold both outward and inward on itself, dynamic in both form and function.
The initial recipient of the James W. Strutt Memorial Award in Geometric Form & Function is Brandon Lawrence