18th August 2005
VOLCANO DESIGN IS HOT STUFF
A talented student from the
Fiona Pook (25), who is due to graduate next month, has scooped first prize in the TiLE (Trends, Technology, Theming and Design in Leisure Environments) 2005 Young Designer Award competition.
her third-year major project Fiona designed an exhibition for the visitor
camping trip in 2002 provided Fiona with the inspiration for her work. “I
I was there I noticed there was a lack of information for visitors on the
volcanic activity in the park so I decided to base my project on the park’s
geothermal features. These include the famous Old Faithful which is just one of
the fifth time in six years a student from the
Designer Award chairman David Lang said: “Fiona provided a clear brief, which
was very well worded and supported with excellent research and very
comprehensive content. She continues the trend of very high-quality submissions
being received from
TiLE 2005, which is being held at the Maastricht Exhibition & Congress Centre from 27th to 29th September, is an exhibition, conference and networking opportunity for operators of attractions, venues and facilities that are used by the people in their leisure time such as theme parks or museums.
Fiona is graduating on Wednesday 14th September at Lincoln Cathedral with a 2:1 in Museum and Exhibition Design.
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