One of the many ways we support design students for their hard work and originality is by awarding scholarships. Our distributor ComputerWorks recently published a series of articles to showcase the winners of the Vectorworks Design Scholarship in Germany and Austria, in which eight students were recognized for excellent work in architecture, interior design, and landscape design. Here’s a list of the star students and the winning projects that landed them their scholarships.
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Now in its third year, our Design Scholarship has continued to help students reach their highest potential by offering nearly $40,000 in prizes for projects that demonstrate the creativity and high-caliber work of the next generation of design professionals.
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