Congrats to MAIA students Farida Sadliwala and Lilit Revazian, who both took home awards from the American Society of Interior Designers—New England last month! Work was judged in 18 categories, with Farida winning in the Student Residential and Contract-Retail categories, and Lilit in the Student Contract Corporate category.
The students projects were featured on Suffolk’s website, where you can read more about their work and designs.
Holly Vogel, student representative on the American Society of Interior Designers New England Board, Farida Kaizar Sadliwala, Karen Clarke, Graduate Program Director of Interior Architecture, and Lilit Revazian
BFA student Daniela Galindo-Patete is the winner of the 2015 IIDA NE Education Fund Student Scholarship! She and two other local students are recipients of a $1200 scholarship — congrats Daniela!
Her winning submission is below:
Several NESAD students submitted work for the IIDA New England Interior Design Awards this year. The students were recognized at last week’s award ceremony, and MAIA student Natalia Villanova Mitre won an IIDA award for her graduate thesis project. Congrats to all involved! NESADSU Interior Design students whose project submissions were showcased: Holly Vogel, Swathi De Faria, Meagan Campolong, Natalia Villanova Mitre, Stephany Arizabaleta, Emma Carmody, Angela Lee, Farida Sadliwala, and Kim Boutwell
IIDA Award winner Natalia Villanova Mitre
MAIA student Stephany Arizabaleta
MAIA student Swathi De Faria
BFA student Emma Carmody
Swathi, Emma, Natalia, and Stephany
Congratulations to MAIA student Natalia Villanova Mitre! She recently won a $2500 scholarship from NEWH and celebrated at last night’s New England Region NEWH Holiday Gala.
Natalia and her husband celebrate her scholarship win.
Congrats to MAIA student Kim Boutwell, one of the 2014 winners of the IIDA NE Student Scholarship!
Applicants submitted a two-page digital portfolio, two letters of recommendation, a current class schedule, and a scholarship application describing where they hoped their design career path would take them. After a fierce competition with many creative submissions three talented winners were awarded scholarships in the amount of $1,200 each!
Kim’s winning portfolio submissions are below — well done, Kim!
The 3rd Annual IIDA Student Design Charette at NeoCon 2014 took place on Tuesday, June 10th. Featuring 10 teams, IIDA Student Members were faced with solving a design challenge within 6 hours, using only hand drafting and rendering. The teams then presented their design to a panel of judges that included Zurich Esposito, EVP of AIA Chicago; Scott Hierlinger, IIDA, LEED AP, ID+C; Tom Marquardt, Assoc IIDA, SBID; Felice Silverman, FIIDA, LEED AP, ID+C. Following their critique of the solutions, the judges selected the 1st and 2nd place winning teams.
MAIA Students Kim Boutwell and Mary Schambach were nominated by NESAD and participated in this year’s NeoCon event — Kim’s team won 2nd place!
Additional photos and information about the event can be found at the IIDA website.
Congrats to Kim and Mary on a job well done!
Kim Boutwell and her team, 2nd place winners
Mary Schambach’s NeoCon team
Salute to All of My Fellow Interior Designers!
I must say that this spring semester was challenging, but it was fun at last and we did it! We finished another semester strong. Thanks so much to NESAD for giving me the opportunity to blog and revamp this site. Thanks also to Molly Akin and Jordan Cogswell for their endless support to help make this blog possible. I will truly miss blogging here, but you can still find me at my other blog and around NESAD this summer. Adios for now!
Last but not least, Congratulations to Class of 2012!
In this month’s Stuff Magazine’s issue features one of NESAD’s interior design students, Kim Boutwell. Kim has a very stylist taste that translates to her studio space really nicely where she shares with her significant other, Sean Frederick. This chic studio that Kim designs is done with a limited budget and shows that all it takes it a “little creativity and an appreciation for timeless design.”
What is so great about this palette is that it is soothing, fun, and classic. Also the different shapes, colors, and materials work so well together to create a beautiful space that makes this space both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Congrats Kim!
For more on this article click this link.