Trophy Design Chosen for QE Prize for Engineering

Euan Fairholm, an engineering student from Edinburgh has won the competition to design the trophy for the 2015 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.

Following a Facebook vote, his unique design called ‘The Golden Crown’ will be made into a finished award and will be presented by Her Majesty The Queen to the winner of the 2015 QE Prize.

The judging panel was chaired by Ian Blatchford, director of the Science Museum who said “We felt that his work illustrates our dependence on engineering and technology, and demonstrates the fact that modern engineering builds on the work of the past. His use of a crown in his design recognizes this as The Queen’s Prize. He has produced a trophy that represents all that the Queen Elizabeth Prize stands for. We look forward to seeing the final trophy being presented to next year’s QEPrize winner”.

The winner of this bespoke award will be announced early next year.