The 2020 RIBA Silver Medal (for the best design project produced at RIBA Part 2) was awarded to Anthony’s student Robert Beeny for his Devil’s Valley Geothermal Co-operative. This project is situated in an area of Tuscany, the Devil’s Valley, which has become known for its production of renewable and geothermal energy over the past century. To protect the livelihood of local communities relying on that energy source, Robert proposes a new rural self-build development, powered by a geothermal well, with a pipeline and manufacturing spaces cascading down the valley landscape. Robert was taught by Anthony Boulanger along with Callum Perry and Stuart Piercy at DS16 at the University of Westminster.

Yeoryia has published a chapter in Arts & Dementia: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (De Gruyeter, 2021), a book edited by Ruth Mateus-Berr and L. Vanessa Gruber. Her chapter, titled ‘Performing the Architectural Plan’, examines the neurobiological perspectives of allocentric and egocentric spatial referencing, how they interplay in the human brain, and how their function changes during Alzheimer’s disease. It discusses a collaborative mode of drawing that reconsiders the gap between representation and occupation, incorporating in the architectural plan ‘lines of inhabitation’.