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2014 College of Architecture, Planning & Design Achievements

• Design excellence: Programs offered by College of Architecture, Planning & Design continue to rank among the nation's best.

Peter Magyar, professor of architecture department, is honorary member of the Széchenyi Academy of Letters and Arts.

Torgeir Norheim, associate professor of architecture, is recognized by Stavanger, Norway.

• Fashioning a win: A team of interior architecture & product design students turn carpet into couture to earn honors at Kansas City design event.

• Now that's a plan: Kansas American Planning Association honors landscape architecture and regional & community planning students, faculty.

• Interior architecture & product design student's chair a prizewinning seat at prestigious woodworking fair.

• More than one-fourth of the finalists in the International Woodworking Fair's annual Design Emphasis Student Furniture Design Competition come from K-State's interior architecture & product design program.

• Danish Institute for Study Abroad honors work of landscape architecture student James Ross DeVault.

• Leadership first: Katherine Ankerson, head of the department of interior architecture & product design, is K-State's first president of the Interior Design Educators Council

• Landscape architecture council honors Jessica Canfield, assistant professor of landscape architecture, for her teaching.

Landscape architecture students receive five awards at regional conference.

• Landscape architecture's Jessica Canfield is building a synthetic garden in France as a finalist in the prestigious Domaine De Chaumont-Sur-Loire International Festival of Gardens.

Kendra Ordia, interior architecture & product design, and colleagues win the 2014 Interior Design Educators Council's Creative Scholarship Award for Best in Category: Design as Idea.

• Interior architecture & product design student Josef Lang takes best in show honors at Kansas City's "Monsters of Design" competition for his cantilevered chair "CR45," inspired by his study abroad experience to Denmark.

• Achitecture professor Vladimir Krstic is an Urban Hero, according to the Downtown Council of Kansas City.

• Work by students at the College of Architecture, Planning & Design's Kansas City Design Center earns Honor Award from the Kansas City chapter of the American Institutes of Architects chapter.



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