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Architecture & Interior Design Department Announcements

The Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Management Department is proud to make the following announcements as a way to keep our students informed. Please check this page from time to time for important updates on our program. Some links on this page require Adobe Reader.

Congratulations to John and Eric, our National Award Winners!
We had an amazing and fun time seeing so many wonderful, important and iconic sights
Our National Award Winners in Venice on our Italy Trip
2016 Summer Travel Study to Italy

Fall in the Hall BASH NEW!

Students: Join us for our Department’s “Fall in the Hall BASH” (Building A Scholastic Homerun) on October 6, 2016 2:30-3:30 outside the Resource Rooms (CALT 302 and 324).  It is an informal time to meet other departmental faculty and fellow students, allowing you to network and ask any questions you may have.  There will be Food, Fun, and Friends.  All disciplines are invited - Architecture, Interior Design, Construction Management and Landscape Design.  Stop by and give yourself a break!

Architecture Students Win TWO National Awards NEW!

Congratulations to John Owens and Eric Everley who won national awards in the CCCAP 2016 Student Design Competition.  We got the exciting news while leaving for Venice as part of our department's summer Travel Study Program to Italy. This meant John and Eric had an extra special first day in Italy! The CCCAP organization is for community college architecture programs, promoting the exciting work of community college architecture students.  The competition was for a Meditation Chapel, completed as part of Professor Ryan’s ACH 212 Studio.  John won Third Place and Eric won an Honorable Mention.  AACC was the only college to win two awards.  Awesome job John and Eric!

Italy Summer Travel Study – A Great Success! NEW!

We had a great time and saw so much wonderful, important and iconic architecture.  At times we had to remind ourselves we were seeing the authentic original. We were blessed with great weather, great food and a fun tour director. Check out our photos on our department’s Facebook Page (AACC Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Management). Next year is London, Paris and Amsterdam, so start saving now so you are not left out!

Architecture Students Sweep 2015 AIA State Awards! 

We are very happy and extremely proud to announce our students won both top awards at the 2015 Maryland State AIA Awards.  The lead judge at one point said that some of the professional submissions could learn from the students.  The top Honor Award went Michelle Sowder and George Betty for their “Hawaii Volcano National Park Trail Hostel.”  Dan Lorenzana won the top Hand Delineation Award and a People’s Choice Award.  Sam Scardefield and Dimitrios Zoulis won a Citation Award for their “Hidden Lake Trail Hostel.” Claudia Santiago and Amos Gambrah also won a People’s Choice Award.  AACC won five state awards; the most undergraduate awards won in the state.  Congratulations to all our winners!!!

Architecture Students Win Four 2015 AIA Region Awards! 

We are very happy and extremely proud to announce the 2015 AIA Chesapeake Bay Region Student Award Winners.  The judges were impressed with all the entries and complimented students on their presentations.  The top Honor Award went to Sam Scardefield and Dimitrios Zoulis for their “Hidden Lake Trail Hostel.” The Merit Award went to Michelle Sowder and George Betty for their “Hawaii Volcano National Park Trail Hostel.” Sam Scardefield also won a Citation Award for his EcoForm project “A Phenomenal Nature.”  Congratulations to all our winners!!!

Interior Design Students Win Four National Awards!

Four Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) students won awards participating in the prestigious MADE: In America Lighting Design Competition sponsored by Maryland’s own national award winning furniture and lighting company, Niermann-Weeks. Students in AACC’s ACH 204 Interior Construction Detailing class were selected to participate in this courses taught by Dimitra Tangires, Faculty Advisor for AACC’s ASID Student Chapter. This is the third consecutive year they have placed in Made: In America’s national, regional and local events.