2016 Kravet Design of Distinction Awards

As a Studio IV student last semester, I worked on a residential design project for 10 weeks.  This project entailed a 3 week pre-design phase where I performed a client interview, local site visit for which the home renovation would take place, and researched trends and patterns for creating the most functional and innovative home design for a family of five living in Tallahassee, Florida.  The preceding weeks progressed into design development.  This consisted of new space plans, renderings, fabric and finish selections and an ultimate presentation to the client.

The project was very exciting as well as informative of the residential design industry.  During the initial design phase, I traveled up to Atlanta, Georgia to visit local residential design firms, the Walker Zanger showroom as well as the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC).  All of which were very informative for my latest project.  I also visited the Kravet showroom to learn about the 2016 Kravet Design of Distinction Awards.  This competition was directed specifically for the FSU Interior Architecture and Design Program Studio IV students.

I am very excited to announce that I received recognition as a runner up in this prestigious competition for interior design students.

Kravet Competition

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