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Students honoured

12 Oct 2017

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Two local students from Holmesglen’s City Campus in Southbank have received esteemed industry recognition following the 2017 Building Design Association of Victoria (BDAV) Awards.

Bruno Gusmao and Liyan Shi were recognised in the Emerging Designers field at the official ceremony, which was held at Southbank’s National Gallery of Victoria.

Bruno was announced as winner in the Best Digital Presentation by a Student category, while Liyan received her accolade in the Drafting Excellence by a Student class.

The annual awards highlight the significant achievements of leading individuals in the building design industry.

“It means a lot to me. Professionally, it means that my design is now more exposed and recognised while, personally, it’s the recognition for all the hard work and effort that I put into this project,” Bruno said.

The BDAV awards guide highlighted that Bruno’s presentation was of an “exceptionally high standard, with an incredibly realistic 3D depiction of his design”.

The program also commended Liyan for her hard work: “The extensive drawing set prepared by Liyan demonstrated a high level of understanding in the materials, processes and construction methods of a complex built form.”

Following the awards, Holmesglen’s applied building technology department thanked the teachers who helped both students prepare their winning submissions.

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