UTS Architecture student wins Local Award in Cosentino Design Challenge
David Hamilton, winner of Local Award in Cosentino Design Challenge
Congratulations to David Hamilton (First year, Bachelor of Design in Architecture, UTS), local winner of the Cosentino Design Challenge Competition for 2015. David drew inspiration for his winning project, AdapTable, from children’s playgrounds, with AdapTable creating a playground for adults, reversing pre-existing stereotypes that are currently present in society.
The International Cosentino Design Challenge is a competition for design, architecture, interior design students or similar areas of knowledge anywhere in the world. The challenge aims to foster the talent of students, promoting research into the different conceptual approaches to the layout of spaces, materials and the construction systems that define them, using materials made by the Cosentino Group.
Outstanding submissions from our students also included: Vertical Labyrinth by Wayomika Nongrum, Time is Today’s Greatest Luxury by Jake Paraskeva and Harmony Place by Diana Kim Bui and Trang Hong. Congratulations to all!