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McCarthy, Clark and McInish, Win Top Five in 2011-2012 The Sustainable Home/Habitat for Humanity Student Design Competition

The Galley House, a design submission developed by Architecture and Interior Architecture students Mary Win McCarthy, Ashley Clark and Peter McInish, was selected from a pool of over 100 submissions for one of five top prizes in the 2011-2012 The Sustainable Home / Habitat for Humanity Student Design Competition. The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) student team was co-sponsored by APLA Architecture Professors Justin Miller and Robert Sproull, Jr. In addition to receiving a $1,500 cash prize for the “Best Use of Vinyl” award, the team will have their design exhibited the ACSA 101st Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA, in March 2013, and at the American Institute of Architects’ National Convention in Denver, CO, in June 2013. The competition was administered by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Vinyl Institute. 
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