A trio of Cal Poly Pomona architecture students has swept a statewide design competition, taking home awards for first, second and third place.
The Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) Student Design competition asks participants to submit design concepts for a K-12 educational facility, such as an elementary or high school.
This year’s winners are Kristy Yeh, Gabby Uvidia and Celia Bentsen. Their submissions were developed as part of an undergraduate architecture design studio.
This marks the second year that Cal Poly Pomona students have captured the top three spots in the competition.
The winners received an all-expenses-paid trip to Sacramento to accept their awards at the CASH Annual Conference on School Facilities earlier this month.