Announced 3 February 2016

The Hooke Park Wakeford Hall Ideas Competition sought a design and learning strategy to inform the design development and construction of Wakeford Hall, the new central academic facility at Hooke Park. The competition ran in autumn 2015, with the submission deadline and judging in January 2016. The Brief for the competition can be read here.

This page presents the submitted panels of the two selected winners and two commended entries (who will share the award originally allocated to a third winner). The competition jury reached a unanimous verdict in selecting the winners.
Details of the judging panel and decisions can be read here.

Next steps: The two winning design teams will be invited to present their projects to the students and teachers at Hooke Park, who will, in coming weeks, develop more detailed proposals that explore the potential each currently shows for serving as the basis for what will be a remarkable building that will become the public face, and academic home, of Hooke Park.

WINNER: Natalie Ow and Kien Pham

WINNER:  Paul Loh, David Leggett and Amanda Ngieng

COMMENDED:  Joanna Gondek