Diana Gonong and Izzy Savage won 2014 Angelo Donghia Foundation Senior Student Scholarships

DonghiaComp2014_WinnersArchitecture/Landscape/Interiors seniors Diana Gonong and Izzy Savage were selected as two of only twelve recipients of a 2014 Angelo Donghia Foundation Senior Student Scholarship!

 

ANGELO DONGHIA FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2014 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
NEW YORK CITY – – The Angelo Donghia Foundation, a privately held not-for-profit organization, has announced twelve winners of its 2014 Student Scholarship Program in Interior Design. Launched in 2002, the Foundation awards scholarships to deserving students who are entering their senior year in a Baccalaureate Degree Program in Interior Design. This year’s winners were selected from sixty student projects submitted by accredited institutions (2 entries per institution). Each student winner will receive up to a $30,000.00 scholarship to be applied to his senior year tuition, board, maintenance and books. (excerpted from the Donghia Foundation’s press release)

OTIS Architecture/Landscape/Interiors students have won Donghia Foundation Senior Student Scholarships in the past as well, and each received the maximum award of $30,000.00: Thomas Acosta and Molly Hubley (2014), Case Flehrer and Gunawan Wibisono (2011), Sam Tanis (2010), Joem Sanez (2009), Billy Tam (2008), and Asami Tachikawa and Anya Phelps (2005).

Congratulations Diana and Izzy, our latest winners!

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top left: Diana Gonong
top right: Diana’s winning entry, The Chopping Block, is a renovation of the former Sante Fe Freight Depot building in downtown Los Angeles into culinary community lofts. The Chopping Block includes private living units for aspiring professional chefs, a roof-top organic farm, and a shared demonstration kitchen located in the center of the building.
bottom left: Izzy Savage
bottom right: Izzy’s winning entry, Illuminated Tapestry, is also a renovation of the former Sante Fe Freight Depot building in downtown Los Angeles. Illuminated Tapestry provides live/work units for designers and writers of an online magazine. Shared workspaces open toward and fully connect to the city. Private bedrooms and bathrooms are sunken below grade for privacy and to retain cool temperatures during hot summer days.

Diana’s and Izzy’s projects were produced in the course, Studio 4: Private/Interior Architecture, with A/L/I Adjunct Professor Richard Lundquist’s instruction in spring 2014.

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