Three Cass Interior Design students won prestigious awards at the recent NAS (National Association of Shopfitters) Design Partnership awards.
Date: 5 June 2014
Three Cass Interior Design students won prestigious awards at the recent NAS ( National Association of Shopfitters) Design Partnership awards.
Iliana Mitova won the award for Fitch Future Designer of the Year, she was given the award by Alisdair Lennox Creative Director at Fitch. Vaida Kvedaraite and Marek Jankovskij were Highly Commended for the same award.
To add to the Cass's success, Christopher Crawford Kelly, CASS Interior Design graduate won NAS Young Designer of the Year 2014. Chris now works at Gensler and in his graduate year has been responsible for work on seven projects which is an outstanding contribution. Chris also won RSA ward for Circular City 2013.
- Website: shopfitters.org
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