Global design and BIM software provider Vectorworks, Inc. has announced this year’s Vectorworks Design Scholarship regional winners
This year’s design scholarship winners represented countries from across the globe including Australia, the Dominican Republic, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States.
Twelve talented designers were selected for their projects out of over 1,800 submissions by graduate and undergraduate students in major disciplines related to the architecture, landscape architecture, entertainment and interior design fields.
The winners were selected by an international panel of design, academic and media professionals.
Submissions were evaluated based on design quality, concept and originality, the effective use of computer technology, presentation and explanation of design.
- “Swinburne Station!” by Shengye Yu, Swinburne University of Technology
- “The Invisible Castle” by Henri Kopra, University of Nottingham
- “Pliable Display-Ground” by Han Zhu, Xinyu Chen and Wanting Zhou, Rice University
- “Complejo Industrial de Empresa Internacional Dedicada a la Manufactura de Dispositivos Electrónicos” by Solange Lantigua and Lindi Patricia Oviedo Aguilar, Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo
- “Cooling UHI via Parametric Design in Landscape Architecture” by Chein-Yu Lin, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
- “Eden Project Productive Garden” by Joss Paine, Cornwall College, University of Plymouth
- “All We Have Is Time” by Wei Guo, Victorian College of the Arts
- “Subject to Change” by Mollie Singer, University of Maryland, College Park
- “Covid-19 Music Tour” by Alex Forey, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)
CAD user editor, David Chadwick, a member of this year’s judging panel, said: “Because of the pandemic and how it has modified people’s working patterns, the judging panel took the opportunity to get together on Zoom, and that enabled us to discuss the most technologically impressive or interesting entries.
“Most of the entries are of high technical quality, have been produced after intensive research or exhibit some exhilarating creativity. Like previous years, one of the most striking things about the entrants was their diversity of origin.”