2nd ANNUAL STUDENT VIDEO COMPETITION

The intent of the competition was to showcase student engagement with design in communities across Canada as a means to investigate the relationship between interior design and the establishment of a sense of place within the city and region of Canada.

The question being explored was:
In what ways do the practices of interior design contribute to the quality and identity of your city / region?

In total, twelve entries were received from the following schools:
British Columbia Institute of Technology, Fanshawe College, Sheridan College, University of Manitoba


PRIZES

1ST PLACE: $500   -   2ND PLACE: $300.00   -   3RD PLACE: $200.00

Generously sponsored by IDC

2014 Jury

Susan Wiggins
Chief Executive Officer, IDC

Andrew Furman
Associate Professor, Associate Chair, School of Design, Faculty of Communication and Design, Ryerson University

Jaquie Jacobi
Principal, Field Interior Design, Member of Interior Designers of Alberta – Continuing Education Council,
IDC – Professional Development Council


1ST PLACE - WINNIPEG: INSIDE THE THRESHOLD

 

University of Manitoba

Stephen Arentsen, Samantha Quiogue, Renee Struthers. Advisor: Katherine Isaac

 

2nd PLACE - WINNIPEG: INSIDE THE THRESHOLD

 

University of Manitoba

Suzanne Therrien-Richards, Corrie Allan, Kaitlyn Jardine, Emilee Taylor. Advisor: Katherine Isaac

 

3rd PLACE - DESIGN IS FOR THE PEOPLE

 

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Shannon Robson, Jessel Auejo, Candice MacLennan. Advisor: Kathryn Lange