Interior design students participate in Curtis Stout Portable Lamp Competition

January 22nd, 2018 Comments Off on Interior design students participate in Curtis Stout Portable Lamp Competition

First Place (left to right: Sydney White and Kaitlynn Harness)

First, second, and third-place students with their lamp projects

Honorable Mention recipients

Winning lamp projects (photos by Regan Horn)

Students in Robin Carroll’s Color and Lighting for Interiors course were challenged last fall with the 2017 Curtis Stout Portable Lamp Competition. 

The objective of the competition was to design and construct an original pendant or portable lamp (table or floor) from an inspiration.

The concept for this year was “Elements of Design,” requiring students to create a lamp that demonstrated the best use of design, coupled with energy-efficient lighting components.

This design project allowed students to use creative skills to develop a final lighting product and gain knowledge about both product design and electrical systems. 

The following winners were selected by interior designers and lighting designers:

First Place: $200.00 each 

  • Kaitlynn Harness 
  • Sydney White 

Second Place: $175 

  • Nancy Strube 

Third Place: $75.00 each 

  • Emily Frischhertz 
  • Samantha Graham 
  • Samantha Sullivan 

Honorable Mention: $25.00 each

  • Olivia Duhe 
  • Mary Campbell Gray 
  • Gaybrail Danielle Jones
  • Carlie Teffeteller

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