- Enrolled student: 4-year sophomore/second year and above or graduate
- 3.0 GPA (cumulative) or overall “B” average or grade percentage of 83% – 86% equivalent
- Financial need through college for past/current/upcoming tuition or program approved books/supplies
- Major and career objective within hospitality: Interior Design or Architecture only
- If awarded, I can attend the awards event May 15-17, 2019 at HD Expo in Las Vegas with airfare/lodging provided or forfeit the award.
Include with your submission
- Official Transcript
- Up to 3 letters of recommendation: (professor, advisor, employer, etc.)
- Student essay 500-word maximum to include:
-Background of yourself and your experience
-Your goals and objectives after graduation
-What prompted you to choose this career?
-Contributions you have made to your school program or to fellow students through leadership/participation
-Why is obtaining this scholarship important to you?
-If your application is not accepted, what plans do you have for financing?
Faucet Design Criteria:
- Lavatory faucet design presented in polished chrome finish
- Include short summary/story of your intention and vision of the interior environment. Provide design context, such as traditional, transitional, or contemporary.
- Include a name for the faucet
- Submit all designs in 2-D drawings
- Faucet can be either 8” widespread or single-hole (most popular lavatory faucet configurations for hospitality)
- Faucet can be deck or wall mounted
- Water needs to flow through an aerator of some type, in order to restrict the flow and comply with local and national building codes for water savings and LEED projects
- The faucet design is the primary design that all other components in a bathroom/guestroom suite, such as Shower Trim, Shower Head, Tub Spout, Tub System (Wall or Deck Mounted) and accessories will be based upon
- The design of the other Kitchen Faucets and Sensor Faucets are not part of this competition
- The most saleable design; a design that would catch the eye of a: hotel owner, developer, architect or designer
- “Alignment with Design Context” (how well does the faucet fit into the context it was designed for)
- Uniqueness of Aesthetic
- Symmons will own the design; and if we choose to use it we will give credit to the designer in literature and will use the ‘name’ of the faucet as chosen by the winner.
Apply online: www.newh.org
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