Young Architects On Display

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The Syosset High School Technology Education Department hosted its annual Architectural Showcase, which provides students enrolled in two architectural courses with an opportunity to take pride in their designs while receiving input and recognition from industry professionals. 

Forty-three Residential Architecture and Commercial Architecture students participated in this year’s showcase, now in its 29th year. Student built ¼ inch scale models of various structures, including dream homes, commercial sites and public structures. The structures were compiled to create a village scene in the school commons area as families and friends were invited for the viewing. Professional architects also volunteered to share their insights with the student-designers, as well as nominate the best pieces for the Gold Compass Award. Two of the judges were Syosset alumni: Noah Adler and Patricia Tiglias.
This year, five Gold Compass Award winners were named. Sophomores Robert Kula, Mirwais Noory and Daneida Segovia from the Residential Architecture course and juniors Jake Leonardi and Jared Ryback from the Commercial Architecture course were honored. Mike Ferreira, Tom Morritt and Paul Rorke teach the residential course; Morritt teaches the Commercial course. 

Jared, Jake, Mirwais, Robert and Daneida are pictured with their Gold Compass awards.