We also have three wonderful Honorable Mentions to share. First off, congratulations to Sara Hoxha from Virginia Tech's School of Architecture and Design. Sara's learning space design creates a sustainable building that is connected to nature and serves the community through the consideration of the relationship between home and institution, student and community, indoor and outdoor, and human and nature.
Congratulations as well to Kelsey Levitt from Virginia Commonwealth University's School of the Arts. Kelsey considered biophilic design, color psychology, and sustainable design in a housing proposal that weaves together people and experiences, old and new, industrial, and natural, one and many, and public and private to create a playful mix of public and private living arrangements for a diverse yet communal body of inhabitants.
Last but not least, congratulations to Apphia Peters, who received an Honorable Mention in the study/social space category. Apphia designed three interrelated hub spaces for students to work, lounge, and support one another through values of community, inclusion, work, and collaboration.
Congratulations to our winners! I was honored to share your work at the SCUP2021 Annual Conference. I would also like to recognize the following entries for also having your work shared at the conference:
Gabrielle Gill, VCU
Sarah Kincaid, VCU
Nilufar Sizdahkhani, Marymount University
Jiali Guo, VCU
Thank you to everyone for your hard work and thoughtful entries. Please email email@example.com with comments or questions.