As part of their course work, students from the Bachelor of Interior Design, Associate Degree Interior Decoration and Design and Diploma Interior Decoration and Design were invited to engage in a design competition aimed at providing the New Academic Street with a purpose-built “Maker Space” within the City campus library.
This unique opportunity gave students design influence on the NAS project and exposed them to industry experts from Lyons architecture and Schiavello interiors.
Eleven designs were shortlisted from the applications and the top five were invited to pitch to a panel made up of industry professionals and experts.
The winner, Keira Kailun Wu, will take up a summer internship with Lyons architecture firm.
Watch this space for updates about the build process and, in the meantime, check out the fantastic designs below, including Keira’s winning design proposal, Making Fun.