July 19, 2021
Four APDesign students selected for top honors in annual Ted and Sue Knapp Delineation Competition
Four students in Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, were recognized for exceptional work in the annual Ted and Sue Knapp Delineation Competition.
Students who submitted work had to have been executed while attending K-State. No entry could have been entered in a previous delineation competition and all renderings were to be related to design of the built and natural environment. The submissions needed to be original artwork. Entries could be submitted in the form of plans, elevations, sections, axonometric or perspectives and could represent any phase of presentation from conceptual to final renderings.
The categories included freehand color; freehand black and white; computer generated; and mixed media.
Seth Campbell, fourth-year student in architecture, Topeka, won first place in the freehand black and white category for "Neighbors Windows."
Larissa Oshima, fifth-year student in architecture, Kansas City, Missouri, won first place in the mixed media category for "Orvieto E Siena."
Deza McKoy, fifth-year student in architecture, Kansas City, won first place in the computer category for "Beauty in the Ruins."
Ann Lomshek, fourth-year student in architecture, Prairie Village, won first place in the freehand color category for "Familiarities of a Power Plant."
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 first-place in each competition category earned $750.
Ted Knapp, a 1964 Kansas State University architecture alumnus, and founder of TK Architects, Kansas City, Missouri, along with his late wife, Sue, established the competition to recognize the artistic talents of students and the importance of delineation in APDesign.