2022 Undergraduate Essay Prize winner Emma Gill shares an overview of her winning essay, 'Why is Modern Design Employed to Reinforce the Concept of Villainy in Film? Immorality and Modernism in the Contemporary Villain’s Lair'
5 October 2022 -
The DHS student representative, Tai Cossich has been in a short conversation with the 2020 DHS Essay Prize 2020 Winner, Karen Fraser on her research and writing experience and future projects. The DHS Student Essay Prize 2021 still awaits applications until 30 June!
24 May 2021 -
Jess Majekodunmi won the DHS Essay Prize in the post-graduate category for her submission, ‘What a Load of Bollards: The Bollards of Dublin's Thomas Street’.
1 October 2019 -
Fleur Elkerton won the DHS Essay Prize in the undergraduate category for her submission, ‘Staging, Stitching and Sensing: A Comparison of Medieval English Passion Narratives in Mystery Plays and Opus Anglicanum Embroidery’.
The recipients of this year's DHS Design Writing Prize are Igor Bragado and Rennie Jones. Read their winning essay, "Designing a Climate at the Edge of Change", here.
3 October 2017 -
Ingrid Halland won the DHS Essay Prize in the post-graduate category for her submission, "Designs on our Ultimate Environment: Gruppo 9999, Superstudio and the New Ontological Landscape". Here, DHS Teaching & Learning Officer, Maya Oppenheimer, speaks to Halland about her research.
18 April 2017 -
The full list of the 2015 DHS Essay Prize Winners and Nominees. Congratulations!
23 September 2015 -
The full list of the winners and nominees of the 2014 DHS Essay Prize
21 September 2014 -
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