Her winning design for a newly commissioned dance work with Birmingham Royal Ballet will be realised for production at Birmingham Hippodrome and Sadler’s Wells in October 2020.
Three other winners, whose designs will also be realised, have been announced.
The winners were announced at a ceremony at the National Theatre in London on December 2, marking 30 years since the prize was first held at the NT.
One of the judges, designer Rajha Shakiry, said: “The Linbury Prize for stage design stands as the most prestigious award for young designers to launch their careers.
“The design portfolios of this year’s applicants represented a variety of exciting creativity and skills that are being developed and nurtured by design schools around the UK.”
Rufus Norris, director of the National Theatre, said: “The Linbury Prize for Stage Design is a brilliant platform for young design talent.
“Stage design is a crucial aspect of any theatre production and the prize has been essential in giving many emerging designers the recognition and support they need as they build their careers. We are thrilled to continue to support this unique and invaluable experience as it marks its 30th year at the National Theatre.”
All 12 finalists’ work, including their final models, can be seen in an exhibition in the Lyttelton Lounge at the National Theatre.