2013 - Fay al Khalifa from the University of Sheffield for her Master's thesis 'An urban healing agenda for reform in Behrain: Where the dweller falls into the urban gap and the sailing boat hits the skyscraper'.
2012 - Amy Thomas of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL for her Master's thesis 'Mart fo the World: An architectural and geographical history of the London Stock exchange'.
2013 - Ricardo Agarez of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL for his PhD entitled 'Regionalism, Modernism and Vernacular Tradition in the Architecture of the Algarve, Portugal, 1925-1965'.
2012 - Steve Parnell of the University of Sheffield for his PhD thesis 'Architectural Design, 1954 - 1972: The contribution of the archtiectural magazine to the writing of architectural history'.
2011 - Milinda Pathiraja of the University of Melbourne for his PhD entitled 'The Function of robust technology in the construction of a 'third world' practice: architecture, design and labour training'.
2010 - Victoria Perry of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL for her PhD, entitled Slavery, Sugar and the Sublime
2009 - Irina Davidovici of the University of Cambridge for her PhD, entitled Between Typology and Typicality: German Swiss Architecture 1980-2000
AND - Leonidas Koutsoumpos of the Unversity of Edinburgh for his PhD, entitled Inhabiting Ethics: Educational Praxis in the Design Studio, the Music Class and the Dojo
2008 - Marcos Cruz of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL for his PhD, entitled The Inhabitable Flesh of Architecture.
2007 – Matthew Barac of the University of Cambridge for his PhD, entitled From Township to Town: Urban Change in Victoria Mxenge TT Informal Settlement, Cape Town, South Africa.
2006 – Rajat Gupta of Oxford Brookes University for his PhD, entitled Investigating the potential for local carbon dioxide reductions: developing a Geographic Information System - based domestic energy, carbon counting and carbon reduction model.
2013 - Adrian Forty of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL for his work 'Concrete and culture: a material history'.
2012 - Harry Charrington of the University of Bath for his work 'Alvar Aalto: Conversations with the atelier'.
2011 - Tatjana Schneider and Jeremy Till of the Universities of Sheffield and Westminster for their work Spatial Agency
2010 - Albena Yaneva of the University of Manchester for her work An Ethnography of Architecture
2009 - Jeremy Till of the University of Westminster with his work Architecture Depends
2008 - Murray Fraser of the University of Westminster with Joe Kerr of the Royal College of Art with their work Architecture and the 'Special Relationship': The American Influence on Post-War British Architecture'.
2007 – Tatjana Schneider and Jeremy Till of the University of Sheffield with their work, Flexible Housing
2006 – Wendy Pullan of the University of Cambridge with her work, Conflict in Cities: Architecture and Urban order in Divided Jerusalem.
Professional Practice-located Research
2013 - Bill Dunster of ZEDfactory for his work 'ZEDlife'.
2012 - Alastair Parvin and David Saxby of Architecture00 in collaboration with Cristina Cerulli and Tatjana Schneider of the University of Sheffield for their work 'A Right to Build'.
2011 - Stephen George & Partners for their work Building Materials and the Environment
2010 - Waugh Thistleton for their work Stadthause, Murray Grove
2009 - Baca Architects for their work LifE (Long-term Initiatives for Flood-risk Environments)
2008 - The ZEDfactory for their work The ZEDbook.
2007 – Short and Associates for their work Design for the Warming Environment.