SoArch Students Win AIAS/AARP Student Design Competition-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Thursday, October 25, 2012

SoArch Students Win AIAS/AARP Student Design Competition

"Aging In Place - Kitchens"

Congratulations to School of Architecture third-year student's Tony Zhang, Daniel Gehr and Richard May who were named as the 2012 AIAS/AARP Student Design Compeition Winners.  Erica Cochran served as their advisor.

The Aging In Place competition asks the designer(s) to investigate how a kitchen can improve the quality of life and age in place  with its user. Utilizing universal design principles, students will investigate how a fully planned kitchen can modify a space into a safe, comfortable, and livable environment for all generations. Total prize money is $14,125 including $6,000 for the first place winning design. 

View Competition Program [link]

Read Announcement [link]

View Project [pdf]