Interior Architecture Students Earn Honors

Woodbury interior architecture students Caroline Morris and Bruno Block were the second runner up in the annual AIA Interiors 1:2 competition.  The competition is an all-day charrette in which students were asked to design a temporary space that both accommodated and incorporated a food truck into the design.  The students' design, called the Folded Crepe, used the visual ideas of folding  into a design that incorporated a module made of metal and plastics. The jury, made up of Braulio Baptista of ZGF Architects LLP, George W. Kelly AIA of Kelly Architects, Glenn Rasmussen of Gensler, and Jennifer Siegal of the Office of Mobile Design, praised the team's design for clarity of idea, innovation of modular tectonics, and good orchestration of the users experience of space.  Congratulations to the team for the excellent efforts and design.