Fay Jones School Students Named to 'Metropolis' Design Magazine'S Future100 List


When Audrey Pace and Emily Creek were growing up, their babysitter was a student at the University of North Texas pursuing a degree in interior design.

"She always had a new craft, a new activity, or a new event planned to keep all of us entertained," Pace says in a University of Arkansas press release.

"I looked up to her my entire childhood and heavily admired her creativity."

Fast-forward to last year, when Pace posted one of her studio projects on Instagram.

That led to an interview and internship at ENTOS Design in Dallas.

Now Pace and Creek are among 100 design students across the US and Canada selected by Metropolis magazine for this year's Future100 list.

Metropolis has chosen the top graduating architecture and interior design students in the US and Canada each year.

nominated by their instructors and mentors.

While each student develops their creative projects, the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design program requires students to incorporate design research into design artifacts, allowing students to go beyond conceptual beautification and demonstrate their practice in reality through the evidence-based design approach, professor Jinoh Park says.

"I believe Creek and Pace have demonstrated a high level of continuity, integration, and completion in their evidence-based projects, so I was very confident in nominating them for this award," Read the Entire Article

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