Other Annual SEDA Events
The SEDA Research Conference is an annual event in which practitioners and academics showcase their latest research or project led investigations. The conference focuses on a variety of themes that have an incline towards environmental topics. Past conference presentations have come from academics in the field of architecture, energy and sustainability. Practitioners presentations focus around lessons learnt in past projects or the research and analysis taken to solve a variety of client problems. New for this year the conference will include a group session dedicated to connect academics with practitioners to take advantage of members expertise for future funding streams and collaboration.
The ‘Krystyna Johnson Award’ was re-launched in 2012 to encourage second year architectural students to bring ecological thought to their work from the outset.
Each of the five Scottish Schools of Architecture promotes one project in their curriculum for consideration and awards are granted to each School. All five winners are presented in the exhibition, usually shown at The Lighthouse.