The Big Ten Student Design Challenge local judging committees have narrowed down the applicant pool to the top seven submissions. Each school designated a space to be redesigned on their campus. We received 30 entries across the seven competing schools. The student teams come from a variety of backgrounds, majors and class ranks. Each group created their own design and selected furnishings from a Herman Miller catalog customized for this competition.
The top team from each school is listed below with a link to their winning proposal:
The next step of the competition will take place over the week of December 16, 2019 as judges narrow the top seven teams down to the top three. The top three teams will win a trip to Herman Miller headquarters to collaborate with industry professionals and refine their design for a final pitch before the winning design is chosen and built. Stay tuned for the results!
If you have any lingering questions, be sure to touch base with your University Lead. Of course, the sooner the better. You’ll want to allow time for a response, as well as time to adjust your submission based on their response, if needed.
Interested in leaving a personal touch on your campus? Gather a group of 2-3 additional peers to redesign a space on your campus, win $2,000, and leave a lasting legacy behind. Assemble your multi-disciplinary team and get started!!
Welcome to the second Big Ten Student Design Challenge! We have officially started the competition and we have more schools participating this year than ever before.
As this year’s challenge is kicking off, last year’s winners are in the process of watching their space come to life. Come back and visit the News page for updates on their progress as well as updates to this year’s competition.