CCBC Interior Design students garner seven awards at ASID Maryland Awards Gala
Oct 23, 2015 | by Jacquie Lucy | 443.840.4668 (office) | 443.761.2482 (cell)Baltimore County, MD – Students in the Community College of Baltimore County Interior Design Program made their presence known at the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Maryland Chapter 40th Anniversary “A Legacy of Elegance” Annual Awards Gala. The event was held Oct. 10 at Westminster Hall in Baltimore City.
CCBC captured seven awards including first place in the Collaborative Group Project category for their Twin Toddler World Traveler Suite for the 2015 Baltimore Symphony Decorator’s Show House at Oak Acre in Guilford.
Awardees were: Cecily Roberts and Darlene (Dee) Rollins of Catonsville, Md., Crystal Evans and Laura Tilman of Baltimore City, Md., Jason Fischer of Halethorpe, Md., Patil Bozabalian of Hunt Valley, Md., Laura Fitzpatrick of Monkton, Md., Ida (Lucy) Schmid of Nottingham, Md., Mary (Kate) Gomprecht and Taja Barnes of Owings Mills, Md., Myriam (Nodji) Maouyo of Parkville, Md., Sherrie Rashid of Towson, Md., Camille Scott of Woodstock, Md., and Laura Kimball of Perry Hall, Md., coordinator of the CCBC Interior Design Program.
Individual ASID award winners from CCBC are:
1st place, HEALTHCARE/ LIFE CARE, The Church House
Honorable Mention, RESIDENTIAL DESIGN, The Balloon Room: Pediatric Office
2nd Place, RESIDENTIAL DESIGN, Church Remodel to Residence
Honorable Mention, HOSPITALITY DESIGN, Bar Lounge
1st Place, COMMERCIAL DESIGN, Touchdown: Airport Office Space
Honorable Mention, DESIGN ELEMENT, Window Fashion
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