The Planning and Visual Education Partnership (PAVE) held their annual 3D Design Challenge for Students, and two CCAD seniors in Interior Design were among the 12 finalists.
Jessica Seyfang and Nicholas Most worked as a team for this year’s competition, which was sponsored and presented by Van Stry Design. The challenge prompted students to design and create a 3D model or rendering of a store fixture that communicates an existing brand of headphone.
The 209 entries from 12 countries were graded by a panel of judges, and the top 12 designs were selected to move on in the challenge. Prototypes of these designs will be produced by Van Stry Design and will be displayed at GlobalShop 2013 in Chicago, April 16-18. Winners will be announced at an award ceremony on April 16 and will receive cash prizes.
The competition, which is now in its fourth year, offers students a chance to see their designs come to life and gain exposure at GlobalShop, a major industry trade show.
Founded in 1992, PAVE’s goal is to encourage students to study in the field of retail design and planning and visual merchandising. It holds competitions, projects, seminars, workshops, grants, and scholarships to involve companies and students.
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