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Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Godwin Medal presented to Hugh McLachlan in 1884

RIBA Ref No RIBA97295
Architect/DesignerGodwin, George (1813-1888)
Artist/PhotographerAdams, George Gammon (1821-1898)
Subject Date1884
Image Date1884
Library ReferenceBRIT 6/10
Colour InfoColour
CreditRIBA Collections
SubjectArchitects ; Metalwork ; Sculpture
NOTES: George Godwin, past Vice President of the RIBA and a former editor of ÔÇÿThe BuilderÔÇÖ magazine, founded a bursary at the RIBA in his name in 1881. The successful British entrant, selected on the quality of his working drawings, was to undertake a study trip of not less than 5 weeks on the Continent or in the United States to investigate and report to Council on the best of modern planning and construction. In 1884 RIBA Council decided that they would like to award a medal with the bursary so Godwin, having given permission, gave Council a further amount towards the dies for the medal. Hugh McLachlan was the winner of the 1883 Godwin Bursary.

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