Inchbald scholarship winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of competition with the Inchbald School of Design, ran at the beginning of the year, offering a scholarship on one of the college's online garden design courses

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With the new school term just around the corner, we are delight to announce the winners to the scholarship competition we ran back in January with the Inchbald School of Design.

The 2012 scholarship winner was Kaye Stout who won a place on the online Diploma in the Principles and Practices of Garden Design. Her design for a roof top garden was notable for its use of both good structure and style.

Kaye (an associate director at an architectural practice) is already half-way through her course and said of her win: “I am thrilled to have won this competition. It has given me the opportunity to explore an aspect of design that I have been interested in for some time, but about which I know very little.”

The online, part-time garden design course meant that Kaye has been able to study from home, fitting in the various modules and assignments around her other commitments.

 

Excitingly, the entries for this year’s competition were so strong that Inchbald awarded a second prize – a scholarship to their new online 12-week course Design Your Own Garden. This prize was awarded to Annie Scaldwell – a mechanical engineer currently working on the Land Speed Record Project. She entered a design for a sleek roof garden that included areas for dining and entertaining. “I recently completed a garden commission, and hope to develop a career in garden design," Annie commented.

 

The next intake for the online Diploma in the Principles and Practices of Garden Design starts on 10 September (with an induction on 5-7 September). 
The next 12-week, online Design Your Own Garden starts on 3 September.

 

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