Two UCT architecture students were announced the winners of the CaesarStone Zero 2110 Design Award at Decorex 08 in Johannesburg.
Second year architecture students Duncan Fraser and Evans Lawuo scooped the top student prize for their gravity-defying design of a futuristic building suspended in mid-air. Their brief was to develop a new conference and exhibition space for the year 2110.
The brief was conceptualised by Jonathan Anstey of Stauch Vorster Architects to stimulate a response to the global initiative of environmental responsibility.
Judges looked for creative use of CaesarStone and innovative spatial and visual solutions break preconceptions.
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