Carnegie Mellon student masonry design competition
from NCMA Foundation
Laura Gonzalez and Clara Lee students of Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA received first prize in the university’s Architectural Student Design Competition. The 46 students who participated in the program were challenged with designing a concrete masonry bath-house located in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. As part of the Undergraduate Design Studio under the supervision of Dr. Jeremy Ficca, RA Studio Coordinator, the students also had the opportunity to tour R. I. Lampus Company’s Aliqiuppa concrete masonry production facility and showroom to see the variety of concrete masonry products available and view a production facility firsthand. The program was funded through a grant by the NCMA Foundation. Click
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