Kingwood Park students receive top two prizes in statewide architecture contest
- Written by Jeffry Tupa
Kingwood Park High School students Cody King and Tyler Forrest were recently celebrated as winners of the 2014 Claycomb Student Architecture Contest. Texas public high school students interested in pursuing architecture were invited to submit finished architectural designs for judging by professional architects and instructors in the statewide contest.Students were instructed to redesign a library in their school district. The goal of the contest was to allow students to take an existing environment and reimagine the space. King took first place and received $1,000. Forrest took second place and received $500. Shown, from left are Humble ISD School Board member and president of the Gulf Coast Area Association of School Boards Charles Cunningham, architectural design teacher Missi Taylor, Principal Lisa Drabing, sophomore Tyler Forrest and senior Cody King, all of Kingwood Park High School, Claycomb Associates Architects Vice-President Richard S. Crump and Humble ISD Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo at the award presentation that was held at Kingwood Park High School.