Bernard Mitchel Wins NASF California Bright Design

Annual program prompts students to develop “next generation” creative and engineering solutions utilizing surface technology.

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The NASF Chapters of Southern and Northern California, in partnership with the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, are pleased to announce Bernard Mitchel as first place scholarship winner of the 2015 Fall Bright Design Challenge.

 

This annual program prompts students to think beyond traditional design theory to develop “next generation” creative and engineering solutions utilizing surface technology.


 
Five finalists led the competition, eclipsing formidable competition with over 15 entries from students in the schools “Materials and Exploration” Class. This intense competition honors outstanding, innovative and sustainable design projects that include the best use of surface technology.


 
In addition to the $5,000 first place scholarship award, four additional awards were presented to the following students representing second through fifth place:


 
– Krista Humphrey
– Hiroshi Sakuma
– Kira Song
– Chang Fu Hsieh
 

 
For more information on the Bright Design Challenge, visit BrightDesign.nasf.org