Students Recognized for Architectural Designs
October 24, 2013
Kevin Riley’s rendering of the Fort Point Channel Ferry Terminal
The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) selected the work of 15 Wentworth Institute of Technology architecture students as part of their annual Student Design Showcase. To celebrate the design work of students, the BSA sponsored a competition for students at Boston-area colleges to submit their best work. Twenty-three entries were selected by the BSA Membership committee in this year’s event from more than 50 entries that were submitted.
For the first time two designs earned honor awards, which were presented to Wentworth architecture students Christopher Bonarrigo and Kevin Riley.
Of the 23 students chosen to have their work on display at BSA Space in downtown Boston, 15 are from Wentworth, making the Institute the most represented school in the showcase. Submissions were received from other schools including Boston Architectural College; Harvard Graduate School of Design; Northeastern; Massachusetts College of Art and Design; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and The New England School of Art & Design, Suffolk University.
The 15 architecture students from Wentworth are as follows: Samantha Altieri, Christopher Bonarrigo, Panharith Ean, Corey Gibbons, Evan Glassman, Jessica Hoctor, Benjamin Leedy, Sarmad Marzuq, Vien Nguyen, Ciro Podany, Julie Rahilly, Kevin Riley, Corey Roberts, Liem Than, and Craig Zygmund.
At the September event at BSA Space, students had the opportunity to mingle, discuss their work, and make connections with one another, as well as with local design faculty and members of the BSA community.
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