Prestigious architectural glass competition goes ahead against the Covid odds


The Worshipful Company of Glaziers & Painters of Glass has announced the winners of its annual Stevens Competition for New and Emerging Glass Artists.

The annual prizegiving is the leading competition of its kind in the world, and aims to bring emerging glass artists to the attention of the wider public and critics alike.

The competition’s judging took place online, based on detailed videos and photographic images of entries and glass panels, provided by each artist.

news london
Jessica Lambinet’s design was announced as first prize Commission winner.

NOW READ: London is a “scapegoat” for Britain’s problems

This year’s commission came from Morden College (Blackheath), a charity which provides care for some 360 elderly residents who have had connections with the City of London in the course of their careers.

Recognised for their designs were Jessica Lambinet (Brian Thomas Memorial Prize and the Elaine Brown Memorial Prize and winner of Morden College’s Commission); Anna Selway (Presentation and Design Only First prize); Jacqui Fowler (John Corkhill Prize for Presentation); and Tristan Warnock (Reflections of the Lord Mayor 16-24 Design Prize).

Jessica’s winning creation will be displayed in the John Morden Centre, currently under construction and located within the college grounds.

For the latest headlines from the City of London and beyond, follow City Matters on TwitterInstagram and LinkedIn.