The interior design was honored, and online offers multiplied

The interior design was honored, and online offers multiplied

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Honoring interior design students in the regional Formica competition

Interior design students recently took top honors in Formica Form, a national furniture design competition that received regional awards at the Inspire Nashville trade show.

As part of the Experiential Learning, or EXL, junior capstone course taught by Assistant Professor Carrie Pavel, students designed a piece of furniture using Formica as the material in the project based on the theme of extremism.

Middle Tennessee State University junior interior design student Kelsey Davey, of Rockville, Tennessee, poses with her Vernici-themed project that won first place in Formica Form, a national furniture design competition that received regional awards at the Inspire Nashville trade show.  As part of the Experiential Learning, or EXL, capstone course taught by Assistant Professor Carrie Pavel, students designed a piece of furniture that used Formica as the material in the project based on the theme of minimalism.

“Every year, students participate in the model competition as part of an advanced 3D modeling class focused on model creation and digital rendering,” said Pavel, an architectural designer and historian.

Kelsey Davey of Rockvale took first place for a wall-mounted desk piece called “Vernici.” Lynn Hassan of Murfreesboro took second place for “Koko Sofa,” while Carolyn Ayotte of Franklin won third place for “The Wave.”

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