1st place winner: Kevin Czarnik, Kendall College of Art and Design

Title: “A Space for Creativity”

“We work alone but we also work with others, making a difference that only we can make  when given the right spaces to do everything we need to communicate and create,” explains Czarnik.

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2nd place winner: Dylan Jordee, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Title: “Spatial Details”

Campus “details engage me,” says Jordee, “and stimulate my imagination in a way that the digital world cannot. The physical beauty of campus enhances my personal and intellectual experiences, and interacting with the building and environment is as integral to my education as the people and knowledge of my university.

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3rd place winner: Eric Dekker, North Carolina State University

Title: “The Case for Campuses”

“Take a look at any busy university library or creative studio in the midst of a dynamic discussion when groups of passionate people get together: there’s a tangible spark that will never find its way through a computer screen. That is what a university sets out to accomplish—it connects people who love to share and explore,” emphasizes Dekker. “And what creates those connections? You can probably guess by now it’s not the Wi-Fi strength.”

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