The National Kitchen & Bath Association announced the ten winners of its 2010/2011 NKBA Student Design Competition, which awards more than $13,000 in scholarships and prizes.
The winners will be honored at NKBA Design Competition Awards on Tuesday, April 26, at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas. The event will also recognize the professional designers who created the best kitchens and baths of the past year.
NKBA Student Design Competition received more than 320 entries from students at colleges and universities across North America for its 2010/2011 competition. The competition challenged entrants to design a condominium unit in a high-rise building on Lake Michigan in downtown Chicago.
The following students were selected as winners in the "kitchens" category: Mary Anne Jarrell of Seminole State College as first place winner; Elaine Treadwell of Art Institute of Pittsburgh as second place winner; Bettina Rasmussen of Portland Community College – Sylvania as third place winner; Virginia Lewis of West Valley College as honorable mention; and Rebecca Butikofer of Brigham Young University – Idaho as honorable mention.
The following students were selected as winners in the "bathrooms" category: Alexis Cannariato of Brigham Young University – Idaho as first place winner; Kimberly A. Fetzer of Brigham Young University – Idaho as second place winner; Elizabeth Enberg of St. Louis Community College as third place winner; Elaine Treadwell of Art Institute of Pittsburg as honorable mention; and Jennifer McKell of Brigham Young University – Idaho as honorable mention.
NKBA is also accepting entries for the 2011/2012 NKBA Student Design Competition, which will challenges the students to renovate a 19th century Federal Style Row House according to client needs.
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