Twenty four-year-old Ross Langdon completed a Bachelor in Environmental Design from University of Tasmania and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Sydney.
He has won a University Medal for his talent and has been a finalist in the RAIA Bluescope Steel Glenn Murcutt Prize.
He won the Sir John Sulman Prize for best record in architectural design as well as the Sunlord Perpetual Prize in Architectural Design (top fourth year student).
Ross also made the Dean Honours List for five consecutive years from 1999 and won the Young Citizen Award for Australia Day Award.
Ross is currently in the UK working on a placement with internationally renowned Zaha Hadid architects.
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with top UK professionals in their chosen field is on offer for six talented young Australians between 19-26 years of age who work or study in creative fields such as architecture, design, music, film, fashion, animation, multimedia, performing arts, computer games, etc. Find out more now - 2006 Realise Your Dream scheme