CCBC shines at ASID Maryland and Home & Design magazine 2016 Awards
Nov 15, 2016 | by Jacquie Lucy | 443.840.4668 (office) | 443.761.2482 (cell)Baltimore County, MD – The Interior Design Program at the Community College of Baltimore continued its winning ways at the American Society of Interior Designers Maryland Chapter 2016 Gala held in early October. CCBC students garnered three awards including first place in the Collaborative Group Project category with unanimously perfect scores from the judges.
This achievement earned them placements in both the print and online versions of the November issue of Home & Design magazine (Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia). Student awards are rarely mentioned or pictured in this professional magazine of Architecture and Fine Interiors.
Laura Kimball, CCBC Interior Design program coordinator, was honored at this year’s Gala for her distinguished leadership. At CCBC, Kimball has encouraged her students to participate in a host of competitions and assignments that test their resourcefulness, creativity, dedication and work ethic for a career in Interior Design. She leads by example and has developed a program that is recognized as an Interior Design powerhouse in the state of Maryland.
Collaborative Group Project category: Carroll Mansion, Living Room in Baltimore City, 2016.
- All American House Student Team Awardees:
Crystal Evans of Baltimore City, Md., Jason Fischer of Halethorpe, Md., Kate Gomprecht of Owings Mills, Md., Laura Fitzpatrick of Monkton, Md., Nodji Maouyo of Parkville, Md., Sherrie Rashid of Towson, Md., Dee Rollins of Catonsville, Md. and Ashley Williams.
- Faculty Lead:
Laura Kimball of Perry Hall, Md., ASID, CID, IDEC, NCIDQ , CCBC Interior Design Program Coordinator
Health care/ Life care category:
- Finding Wellness, Pediatric Office: Nodji Maouyo of Parkville, Md.
- Carlisle: Nodji Maouyo of Parkville, Md.
2016 ASID Maryland Distinguished Leadership Award:
- Laura Kimball of Perry Hall, Md., ASID, CID, IDEC, NCIDQ, CCBC Interior Design Program Coordinator
Photos available at www.flickr.com/ccbcmedia/albums
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