Winners of bank design competition to be announced

Published on February 02, 2017

Architectural Technology students design an innovative and functional bank branch incorporating environmental sustainability

Second year Architectural Technology students were tasked with designing an innovative and functional bank branch that incorporates concepts of environmental sustainability

The winners will be announced this week at the seventh annual NAIT Architectural Technology student design competition awards reception, sponsored by ATB Financial and Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd. There are 11 prizes totaling $9,000 (including the Top 10 entries and the Kasian Award for Design Innovation.)

The fictional branch design was done for ATB Financial on a site located in Old Strathcona. Design entries were judged based on concept, aesthetics, functionality, sustainability and corporate identity.

Participants, NAIT faculty and representatives from ATB Financial and Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd will be available for media interviews. There will also be photo ops of the students with their winning designs.

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017 
5:15 p.m.

NAIT Main Campus
Shaw Theatre (In X Building on campus map)
10415 Princess Elizabeth Ave.
Edmonton, AB

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