‘Functional, sophisticated and complex’: TAFE NSW student wins best residential design
TAFE NSW student Andrew Seller has received a major boost in his plan to become an architect after winning the student design/residential category of the Building Designers Association of Australia (BDAA) Sydney Regional Chapter Design Awards 2020.
His design features a well-presented design of a multi-level, large-scale luxury multi-unit structure with lush tropical accents.
“I’m ecstatic about the award,” he says.
“It took a while to sink that I had won, after working on it for so long it’s a great feeling to know it was all worth it in the end.”
The Sydney Regional Chapter Design Awards is an exclusive showcase of the finest residential and commercial designs and was celebrated over Zoom this year.
“Well done to Andrew for producing a functional, sophisticated and complex design deemed worthy of construction,” BDAA national president Frank Geskus says.
“The BDAA is proud to count these talented designers—and, for that matter, their exemplary designs—as credits to our association.”
Two other TAFE NSW students earned commendations in the awards; Tasneem Jamnagarwala and Arman Gouniaei who studied the Diploma of Building Design at TAFE NSW Granville.