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Student Design

Woodlawn

Woodlawn

MADE: In America has collaborated with the National Trust for Historic Preservation to transform one of America’s most iconic historic house properties. The transformation will be undertaken by student teams from leading universities. The teams have been challenged with not only transforming Woodlawn, but tasked with showcasing the best in American design and products.

The objectives of the project are threefold: to cultivate an appreciation for our Nation’s architectural heritage and ignite interest in historic house properties; to establish a readily identifiable 21st century American interior design aesthetic and to assist America’s furniture makers brand and reposition their products in a global market place.

The All American House student design competition Honorary Chair is New York based interior designer Alexa Hampton. Participating schools are the The George Washington University; the University of North Carolina at Greensboro; the Corcoran School of Art + Design and Montgomery College.

Featured MADE: In America award winning furniture companies include Kittinger Furniture; Niermann-Weeks; Century Furniture; Duralee; Kindel; Bielecky Brothers; Hickory Chair; Keith Fritz, and Paul Montgomery Studios.

The All American House will open to the public on April 20, 2013 and remain open through June 16, 2013.

Please contact James De Lorbe by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional information.

 

Student Design House From 2011

Howard University's winning room design

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Montgomery College

Ann Arundel Community College

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George Washington University

James Madison University

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Howard University Before and After pictures


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Visit the Washington Design Center webside to view further Student Design House entries.