Winning Designs from Live.Work.Learn

This curtain wall design garnered Siqi Liu of the University of Texas at Austin a $2,500 scholarship as semi-finalist in the Live.Work.Learn student architecture design competition from Boral Bricks.

A detail drawing of Liu's curtain wall design.

Brandon Block from Auburn University was the other semi-finalists for his “Border vs. Boundary” concept.

An overall elevation of Block's design

Competition winner Eun Grace Ko from Ryerson University is pictured here with her design boards.

"This is a great execution on an exterior. It's breaking away from the convention and just what we're looking for in an award winner,” said one of the awards’ jurors about Ko’s winning design. Another juror noted, “The brick isn't static, it's moving, it's fun--almost like the layers of the earth—elegant, yet exciting and unexpected."

Ko is seen here (center) receiving her prize from Boral Bricks’ director of marketing Shelley Ross (left). Ko’s mother Young-Eun Choi. Ko (right) attended the presentation.

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