ARCHICAD Design & Skill Contest Draws Talented Students from across Thailand
BANGKOK, THAILAND, September 5, 2016 -- AppliCAD held a successful ARCHICAD Design & Skill Contest for architecture students on July 14 at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC). This year, the objective of the contest was to give university students the opportunity to showcase their knowledge, creativity and architectural skills before becoming professional architects. The theme of the competition was “Building Renovation Creative Meeting Point,” focusing on the renovation of an old building into a creative meeting point suitable for the urban lifestyle. The model was inspired by the renovation of a two-block building near a Bangkok Skytrain station.
The model “A:03,” submitted by Mr. Jatupol Kaewkamma, an architecture student at Naresuan University, was awarded 5,000 baht in the “Popular Vote” category; he also received 50,000 baht for winning first place in the ARCHICAD Skills category.
The model “Radiate Sense,” submitted by Mr. Thanapol Limthavornsiripong, a student at Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, was awarded 20,000 baht in the ARCHICAD Design Contest 2016; he also received 10,000 baht as the first runner-up in the ARCHICAD Skills category.
The committees selected 10 finalists. To view all the finalists’ projects, visit AppliCAD's Facebook page.
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