MOM19 Student Design Award
Design is all around us, rooting us to our past and sowing the seeds for our future. Just like we admire great historical monuments, we also look forward and envision what the landscape of tomorrow will be. This is why Month of Modern places such importance on discovering and promoting new generations of architects, and those who will build on the foundation of the masters to forge new paths of innovation and development.
The Month of Modern CU Student Design Award celebrates students in architecture, interior, landscape and urban design who are pushing the boundaries and developing future environments in ways that enrich lives utilizing new, exciting technologies and materials.
An award designed and presented by Todd Reed will be granted to one participant and aims to enrich the designer’s pursuance of their career and professionalism.
“I wanted to be involved in Month of Modern primarily to show my enthusiasm for community and design, ” Reed explains. “Having the award go to an emerging designer is special for me as I firmly believe in cultivating a space for new and creative design that challenges what we are familiar with.”
Angus MacInnis: Transit Village Station
Currently, Transit Village is desolate and disconnected. The railway is essentially an expansive patch of dirt with an industrial rail line running through it. [...]
ENVD Praxis Design Build Studio: Community Livingroom
Kathryn Burgess, Peter Curtiss, Emily Davis, Tristan Govreau, Peitao Huang, Gabriel Onderdonk, Diego Pereda, Marco Rossi, Jacob Schiesser, Lauren Sharpe, Morgan Temkin, Charles Zajeski [...]
Kathleen Moylan: A Writer’s Lookout
For this project, I was given a figurative client to work with. His name was James Hemmingway and he was a writer based in [...]
Alex Stolz: Centennial Stormwater Park
Centennial Village’s Stormwater Park is situated at the most northern end of the pre-planned community located at what is currently Centennial Airport in Centennial, [...]
Samantha Boldt: Overland Park
THE HIVE at Overland Eco-park is an inclusive gathering area that boasts multiple areas to explore. Currently the site is home to a flat [...]
Alyssa Drain, Megan Meek, Sarah Kennedy, Sebastian Elverskog: Empowerment
The design task was to reimagine interpretive opportunities specifically with historical sites in Boulder. Ditching the traditional signage and designing informational opportunities through effective [...]
Corey Erickson: Frankenstuhl
Rising from the laboratories of Environmental Design, the FrankenStuhl aims to challenge ideals of modern luxury while radically simplifying the manufacturing process. Low material [...]
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Evaluation System / Jury
Entries were blind-judged by a team of established commercial and residential industry leaders from multiple disciplines such as, Interior Design, Architecture, Landscape Design and Art located throughout Boulder. The winners were announced the evening of the Awards Presentation on September 26, 2019.
Each entry for the MOM Student Design Award will be judged on how successfully the project meets the following criteria:
- statement of design intent,
- resolution of the program or idea, and
- the quality of the submittal materials (i.e., presentation graphics and composition, elements and principles of design, creativity and visual appeal