The 2017 Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Awards has expanded its student competition this year to include both architecture and interior design categories. This new format takes the shape of a case study whereby students and faculty can get exposure and experience to a real-life project.
The case study and process ensures students majoring in architecture or design (or a similar program at their college or university) can participate with the support of a faculty member to create a collaborative environment. Visit http://www.shnawards.com/student for an overview of this process.
We’ve received entries from Europe, the Middle East and Asia already this year and expect more to come up until the entry deadline of November 13th. Last year’s competition featured some amazing work from the first place winner, William Johnson of the University of Kansas.
With this expanded student competition, we’re asking our readers to share this opportunity with their institutions, friends and family to help attract more entries for this part of the competition. Encourage your alma mater to get involved in this global competition by sending this article or a link to the awards site to your alma mater’s architecture and design programs.
And don’t forget to stay with SHN over the upcoming weeks for architecture and design highlights!