May 14, 2019
APDesign students compete for top honors in annual Ted and Sue Knapp Delineation Competition
Kansas State University College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, students were recognized for exceptional work in the annual Ted and Sue Knapp Delineation Competition.
Kamden Kern, fifth-year student in interior architecture & product design, Mexico, Missouri, won, best in show and first place in the mixed media category for "hinga dinga durgen" and second place in the freehand color category for "Pere's House"; Gabby Coleman, fifth-year student in architecture, Madison, Alabama, won second place in the mixed media category for "More than a Color"; Alejandro Mendoze, first-year student at University of Missouri, Kansas City, won first place in the free hand black and white category for "La Sangrada Familia"; Talisa Hernandes, third-year student in architecture, Wichita, won second place in the free hand black and white category for "Casa de Blas"; Marvin Li, fifth-year student in architecture, China, won first place in the freehand color category for "Cathedral"; Julian Lee, fifth-year student in interior, architecture & product design, Louisville, Kentucky, won first place in the computer category for "Warped Lattice Chair"; and Nicholas Horvath, fifth-year student in architecture, won second place in the computer category.
The students' work is on display in the Chang Gallery at Seaton Hall through Friday, May 17. The gallery is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
"The range of representation in this exhibit is exciting as it parallels the breadth of visualizing and recording the designed environment found in our college and attendant disciplines," said Tim de Noble, professor and dean of the college.
The annual competition was open to all students at APDesign, including those in the articulated program at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. Competition awards include $1,000 for best in show. First-place in each competition category earns $300 and second place earns $200. Ted Knapp, a 1964 Kansas State University architecture alumnus, and his wife, Sue, sponsor the competition.