December 1, 2017
Picture perfect: APDesign students win architecture, environmental photo contest
Students in Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning & Design have been honored for their achievement in photography through the Thomas A. Tyler/Answers Inc. Architectural & Environmental Photography Competition.
Twenty-four students entered the competition — which was open to all students in the college — and 53 entries were received. Ten entries were chosen by a jury to receive special recognition. Thomas A. Tyler, a 1974 K-State architecture graduate, and his firm, Answers Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored the competition's prizes. The Best in Show award earned $200; first places, $100; and second places, $75.
Winning Best in Show was Bradley Gollwitzer, a fifth-year student in architecture, Shawnee, for "Orange Guardrail." Gollwitzer also received first place in the interiors category for the same photo.
The following students also were competition winners:
Lance Maine, fifth-year student in interior architecture & product design, Gypsum, first place in black and white for "Chiesa di San Pietro."
From out of state:
Christina Sanchez third-year student in architecture, Highlands Ranch, Colorado, second place in landscapes for "Little Wile Horse Canyon"; Camila Rivera, postbaccalaureate student in architecture, second place in the other subject matter category for "Urbanidad," and Alison Trent, postbaccalaureate graduate student in interior architecture & product design, second place in the interiors category for "Analogue View," both from Kansas City, Missouri; and Karl Ndieli, fifth-year student in architecture, San Antonio, Texas, second place in black and white for "Raw Power" and first place in the landscapes category for "Cypress Dreams" along with a second place win in the exterior category for "Sand Swept."
From out of country: Jiayi Wang, fifth-year student in architecture, China, first place in exteriors for "Attract" and first place in the other subject matter category for "Ocean and Fire."
All of the entries will be on exhibit in the Chang Gallery at Seaton Hall through Jan. 12, 2018.