Auburn Industrial Design Student Wins Groovystuff Contest

Meghan Wilson’s furniture design, “The Diverso Game Table,” won the popular vote at the October High Point Market in the Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge. Working under the direction of Tin Man Lau, Alumni Professor of industrial Design, Wilson was one of 16 Auburn industrial design students who participated in the collaboration between the school and Groovystuff. The students developed residential home furnishing products made with reclaimed materials found in the Groovystuff product line. Wilson’s “Diverso Game Table” was selected by a vote of trade professionals and will be produced full scale for the spring 2014 High Point Market where her design will participate in the “Most in Sales” design challenge and the opportunity for her design to become part of the Dick Idol Brand of Home Furnishings. Wilson is a fourth year student in the industrial design program in the School of Industrial + Graphic Design.

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