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Cambridge High School Architecture Students Place Third in the Nation.
by NoahSannes
July 16, 2013 10:18 AM | 449 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Visual Rendering of the Pool Terrace designed by Noah Sannes
Visual Rendering of the Pool Terrace designed by Noah Sannes
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Rendering of Front Exterior View of the Team's Design
Rendering of Front Exterior View of the Team's Design
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Team's Top Ranking 3-D Printed Architectural Model Printed by Kyle Mann
Team's Top Ranking 3-D Printed Architectural Model Printed by Kyle Mann
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Team Member Noah Sannes displays the Model to just a few of the Hundreds of Conference Guests and Visitors Nation-Wide Intrigued by the Design
Team Member Noah Sannes displays the Model to just a few of the Hundreds of Conference Guests and Visitors Nation-Wide Intrigued by the Design
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Team Members Noah, Kyle, and Hailey Celebrating their Win with a Trophy in Hand
Team Members Noah, Kyle, and Hailey Celebrating their Win with a Trophy in Hand
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Cambridge's Architectural/Engineering program has once again put the school on the map. Under instructor/TSA adviser Wayne Thompson, three Cambridge High School students, Noah Sannes, Kyle Mann, and Hailey Holtzclaw, placed Third Place at the 35th Annual Technology Student Association National Conference in Orlando, Florida. The team participated in the Architectural Renovation competition which required team members to renovate a 1908 Sears Kit Home to fit the year's design theme. Teams were asked to preserve the traditional charm of the home while making additions and renovations to accommodate a growing twenty-first century family, in compliance with LEED Green Building Certification. The team designed a physical model constructed using a Stratasys 3-D printer. The model featuring a main home, pool house, and pool, stunned the audiences with its professional-grade construction and detailing, setting the standard for all future competition. Ranking so highly for the team's first appearance to the conference in Orlando, Florida, a rare coincidence, the team is confident in returning next year to claim the top prize. Wish them luck during the 2014 National Convention in Washington, DC.

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