Elevator B: An Urban Bee Habitat Image Courtesy of Inside2013
On August 20, several B/a alumni made headlines when they were announced as winners in the Inside2013 Competition organized by the creators of The Morpholio Project. B/a alumni and Elevator B team members Courtney Creenan, Kyle Mastalinski, Daniel Nead, Scott Selin, and Lisa Stern were named as the Jury Winners in the Emerging Talent: Young Professionals Category for their project Elevator B: An Urban Bee Habitat. Alumna Danielle Krug was announced as a Jury Honor Award winner in the same category for her project titled Seed Library + Ascending Urban Garden. In addition to these winners, in early August, several other alumni were named finalists in the competition including Ariel Resnick as a Future Voices Finalist for her design Material World, Kim Dai as an Emerging Talent Finalist for her design Vacuums, and Kathryn Hobert also as a Future Voice Finalist for her design Aqua Tension. Congratulations to our B/a alumni for a job well done!
The Inside2013 Competition, which was open to students and young professionals from all design disciplines, asked entrants to address the topic of the impact of technology on our world and its influence on the proliferation of areas such as device culture, social networking, and cloud technology. The competition’s focus was not only on the existence of technology, but also on the questions of how and why designers harness technology. More information about the competition and its winners can be found at http://mymorpholio.com/site.php/home/inside2013
Seed Library + Ascending Urban Garden Image Courtesy of Inside2013
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