January 27, 2020
APDesign students compete in Thomas A. Tyler/Answers Inc. environmental design photo contest
Graduate students in Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning & Design have been recognized for their skills in the art of photography through the college's annual Thomas A. Tyler/Answers Inc. environmental design photo contest.
The competition was open to all students in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design and five entries were selected to receive recognition. Thomas A. Tyler, a 1974 K-State architecture graduate, and his firm, Answers Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored the competition's prizes. Each first-place award earned $200.
After deliberation, jurors agreed that this years entries were excellent and agreeing on the winners was extraordinarily difficult.
Reid Thornburg, forth-year interior architecture and product design student, Lenexa, first place in the exterior architecture category for "Duomo."
Christina Sanchez, fifth-year architecture student, Highlands Ranch, Colorado, first place in the black and white category for "Villa Adriana."
Jacob Frazier, fifth-year architecture student, Wildwood, Missouri, first place in the other subject matter category for "Colosseo di Notte."
Nataani Garnenez, fifth-year architecture student, Shiprock, New Mexico, first place in the category of interiors and architectural details category for "Untitled."
Minjung Nam, fifth-year interior architecture and product design student, South Korea, first place in the landscape category for "Sunset in the Konza."