On the Horizon
Edited by Sheila Kim -- Interior Design, 7/1/2002 12:00:00 AM
Hunter Douglas Window Fashions and New York's American Craft Museum have announced the winners of the second annual Horizon Award, honoring star students of various craft media. Tim Rollins from the Savannah College of Art and Design won first place for his Yesterday's Pearls coffee table, fashioned from American walnut, reclaimed wood, and copper. Sarah Alford from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design was the runner-up with Tell Tale Signs jewelry, consisting of cast sterling-silver twigs. And Lorena Barrezueta from the Parsons School of Design snapped up third-place honors for her Squeez stool of woven vinyl on a steel frame.