Atlanta Interior Design Students Receive Top Honors at the ASID Design Excellence Awards
Filed under: Interior Design
June 28, 2017
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is the oldest and largest professional organizations for interior designers. The Georgia chapter currently has 660 practitioner members, 225 industry partners, and 250 student members.
ASID hosts an annual celebration to acknowledge the best work from throughout the state. This year, the ASID Design Excellence Awards gala was held on Thursday, May 4th, at the Stave Room of American Spirit Works in Atlanta.
Interior Design (BFA) students from The Art Institute of Atlanta demonstrated excellent skills and beautiful work, taking home three awards in the student categories. Courtney Wilson was awarded the prize for Best Hand Drawn Rendering by an Individual. Kathryn Decker received an Award of Merit for Best Concept- Residential, by an Individual. Finally, Jessica Juarez, Tracie Moore, and Krishna Morales were awarded an Honorable Mention in the category of Hand Rendering by a Group.
Pictured above: Kathryn Decker
Pictured above:Courtney Wilson and Michael Kleeman
“We are very proud of these students and their accomplishments as they were in competition with students from interior design programs from across the state of Georgia,” stated Michael Kleeman, Institutional Program Chair of Design for Ai Atlanta. “They truly reflect the best of what is happening in the classroom and how it translates into industry honors.
Congratulations to these talented designers for their wonderful achievement!
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