IDG/ASID Announce Student Design Awards

Washington, DC, May 3--The American Society of Interior Designers and the International Design Guild (Guild) are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2005 International Design Guild/ASID Student Design Awards. The awards recognize outstanding interior floor covering designs by undergraduate or graduate ASID student members in both rug and broadloom categories. The 2005 International Design Guild/ASID Student Design Award winners are: Rug Category First Place: Jamie Trank, Scottsdale Community College, (Phoenix) First Runner-up: Viviana Restrepo, Miami International University, (Miami) Honorable Mention: Zaima Suarez, Miami International University; Jaclyn Montes, Miami International University; Zaida Lis Torres, Miami International University; Nao Sudo, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, (Los Angeles); Redi Karameto, University of Texas (Arlington, Texas) Broadloom Category First Place: Redi Karemeto, University of Texas First Runner-Up: Chia-Ling Khoo, Oklahoma State University, (Stillwater, Okla.) Honorable Mention: Sergio Montiel, Miami International University; Julianna Quijiano, Miami International University; Zoe Selua, Miami International University; Katerina Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University, (Richmond, Va.); Elaine Dominguez, Rhodec International, (West Nyack, N.Y.) A jury of Guild members met during the Guild's annual summit convention in Las Vegas on Jan. 25 to evaluate the entries and select the winners of the 2005 competition. First-place winners received a cash prize of $2,500, first runners-up received $1,000 and honorable mentions received $100.

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