A HUDDERSFIELD University student has won a architecture award from the Royal Institute of British Architects Yorkshire.
Lee Turner was one of four Yorkshire students to receive the RIBA Yorkshire Student Medal for their high-quality, imaginative and well resolved building schemes.
Five regional schools of architecture took part in the awards from Huddersfield University, Leeds Metropolitan University, Sheffield University, the University of Leeds and Sheffield Hallam University.
All of the schools' architecture students were given a brief for their final year project and the best two from each school were put forward for the award.
They had to design a building and produce all the plans and drawings necessary.
Lee chose to design the fictitious Shenyang Palace Interpretation Centre which had to include an entrance point, shop and cafe.