Amanda Weigelt Ashley Hansen
PAVE has announced the winners for the PAVE the Way 3D Design Challenge for college students in store design, interior design, visual merchandising, and industrial design programs. This new competition offers students a chance to see their designs come to life, gain exposure at a major industry trade show, and win cash awards. As sponsor and presenter of the inaugural challenge, Burlingame, Califi-based B&N Industries have built prototypes of the designs for display at GlobalShop 2010.
Student Awards were announced at the A.R.E. Design Awards on March 10, 2010 at GlobalShop in Las Vegas. Two NDSU senior interior design students were among the 12 finalists for this competition. Ashley Hansen was awarded Third Place for her Fendi Eyewear Display and a cash award of $1000. Amanda Weigelt received Honorable Mention for her Oakley Eyewear Display and a cash award of $500.
Hansen’s 3-D model submission for the competition (Above).
The prototype displayed at GlobalShop 2010 (below)