Just like that, 2017 has come to an end. It has been an amazing year and these are only a few of the many highlights we will always remember…
Our 2nd Year Students were approached by Entrawood, to choose one of 3 businesses, for whom an office space needed to be conceptualised, designed and laid out using Entrawood’s Evolution, Elevate, Salon and Cocoon ranges. The students took on the challenge in the 3rd term and were provided with the shell of a double storey office & 3 options of potential tenants. Entrawood office furniture & products formed the ideal base for workstations, casual & waiting areas, boardrooms, open plan offices & receptions.Students were also required to create their own unique staircase to transverse the two levels.We are delighted to announce that Entrawood selected Micaela Garbers & Shaun Taljaard as joint runners up and Danelle van Wyk & Dean Le Roux as winners of the competition. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership as we prepare for next year’s competition.
Earlier this year BHC was approached by an American Coffee brand to assist with the design and visualisation of a new concept store. We were provided with a comprehensive corporate identity document which formed the guideline as to the look and feel of the shop. The 3rd years worked in pairs to develop various concepts using the corporate identity, in creating a small coffee shop and coffee truck.
The Caesarstone competition has become a highight in the 3rd year syllabus and this year proved no different. BHC was excited to hear that, once again we had one of our 3rd Year Design Students in the TOP 9 finalists for the 2017 Caesarstone Student Designer Competition. Hsu Yi Hua (or as many of you know him, Ian) attended the prestigious awards evening, with the support of many students and staff, held at the Young Blood Gallery in Cape Town, where he placed as 1st runner up. It was a tough competition this year and we are proud of Ian and his achievement and we look forward to next year’s brief.
As per BHC tradition, our 2nd year students hosted a college dance for the institution as a way of saying farewell to the 3rd year & decor students. This year, the dance was held at the Table Bay Yacht Club. The theme was “A night under a thousand stars” and the students dressed the part – resembling the red carpet of the Oscars with many arriving in bow ties and beautiful evening dresses. Thank you to the second years for doing an amazing job – it was a great evening!
On the 7th of December we celebrated our 3rd Year & Decor graduates. The Graduation ceremony was held at the college the morning followed by our Industry Evening later that day. We wish them the best of luck for all their future endeavours!