PAVE names design challenge winnersHOLLYWOOD, FL —

The Planning and Visual Education Partnership (PAVE) has named the winners of the PAVE the Way 3D Design Challenge for college students in store design, interior design, visual merchandising and industrial design programs.

The winners are:
First Place-$5,000 - Catherine Morse and Gregory Vanderpol, Hermes Talaris Saddle Display, California State University, Long Beach
Second Place-$2,500 - David Jenny and Hitomi Kashimoto, plAy Dog, University of Tokyo, Tokyo
Third Place-$1,500 - Johnlery Itugot, Doggy Couture, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
Honorable Mention-$500 - Amanda Archibald and Marissa Ferraro, Run Round Hamster Wheel, Marywood University, Scranton, PA
PAVE names design challenge winnersHonorable Mention-$500 - Jordan C. Bartek, PAVE the Way, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
Honorable Mention-$500 - Laura Heekin, petDORA, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati
Honorable Mention-$500 - Katherine Lashua, Hare Raising, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
Honorable Mention-$500 - Minjae Lee, Play Ground, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO and Sangmyung University, Seoul, South Korea
Honorable Mention-$500 - Kelsey Miller, Pampered Pups, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
Honorable Mention-$500 - Louis Sanders, Love Bite, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
Honorable Mention-$500 - Mona Lisa Tan and Kyungpill Yoon, For the Pup by Ralph Lauren Home, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
Honorable Mention-$500 - Sung Scott Truong, Better Betta Display, California State University, Long Beach

PAVE names design challenge winnersThe PAVE the Way 3D competition was sponsored and presented by B&N Industries. Prototypes of the top 12 designs were on display during GlobalShop 2011, March 28-30 in Las Vegas.

Posted by Karen Koenig

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