IIDA 7th Annual Student Sustainable Design Winners

IIDA is pleased to announce the student winners of the 7th Annual Student Sustainable Design Competition.  This year marked our highest number of entries and some of the best projects we have seen!

Best of Competition went to Joung Youn Park of the New York School of Interior Design.  His design, Brown for Green, serves as a community center that cares for the elderly and strives to educate children on the upper east side of New York.

Joung Youn Park, Brown for Green

Joung Youn Park, Brown for Green

Joung Youn Park, Brown for Green

Joung Youn Park, Brown for Green

The Award of Excellence was given to Cassidy Lange, Washington State University, for her rendering of Market Mix.

Cassidy Lange, Market Mix

Cassidy Lange, Market Mix

Market Mix aims to create a built environment in which consumers will view food differently through education and demonstration.  The design features a recycled glass terrazzo floor and My Mix classrooms where the community can gather to share healthy eating practices.

The Honorable Mention entry belongs to Giselle Alboniga, Miami International University, and her project “Surface Dermatology.”

Giselle Alboniga, Surface Dermatology

Giselle Alboniga, Surface Dermatology

The actual site is located in Miami’s MiMo Biscayne Boulevard Historic District.  The architectural style of the building is MiMo, or Miami Modernist architecture.  Giselle incorporated a seamless, aesthetically pleasing and functional design throughout.

Giselle Alboniga, Surface Dermatology

Giselle Alboniga, Surface Dermatology

Congratulations to the three winners!

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2 responses to “IIDA 7th Annual Student Sustainable Design Winners

  1. Diana Kempton, IIDA, LEED AP

    How wonderful to see all these great projects! At the Art Institute of Phoenix, I teach ID353 Sustainable Design, a required upper division course in the bachelors’ degree program for interior design. A graduating senior who took the course last year designed her grad project as a LEED-CI Silver garnering project–a sustainable restaurant on the ground floor of a residential building in downtown Portland. The jurors were impressed! I’m so proud that IIDA sponsors the Student Sustainable Design Competition. Keep up the good work!
    Diana Kempton, IIDA, LEED AP

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