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Silver Pigeon Award trophy

British Council, 2012

"flying bird to celebrate an award"



material: paper, brass rod, Oak and laser engrave letters

W 320 / D 500 / H 550 mm

A trophy for The Silver Pigeon Award, for the best national contributions at the London Festival of Architecture 2012.

The construction is mostly in paper, folded and stitched for the top section, and laminated for the base, which is ancored to Oak panel.

As the winner of the Silver Pigeon Award at London Festival of Architecture in 2010, the Japanese Embassy nominated Tomoko Azumi as the designer of the trophy for this years competition.

The award was presented to the Namibian Embassy for an exhibition 'Definition of Space' by the Namibian Directorate of Arts and Polytechnic of Namibia, which was shown at the 'Architecture of Change' exhibition located at Ambika P3 gallery, University of Westminster.

2012年7月に開催されていた「London Festival of Architecture」の『銀のハト賞』のために、ブリティッシュ・カウンシルのためにデザインしたトロフィーです。


2012年度の『銀のハト賞』はナミビアに贈られ、トロフィーは『Definition of Space』と題された展示を行ったナミビア工科大学が受賞しました。