MESA, Arizona — Sept. 21, 2016 -- Mesa Community College alumna Sujaya Reddy, owner of 7 Dimensions LLC in Ahwatukee, was recognized by the American Society of Interior Designers Arizona North Chapter with a first-place Design Excellence Award for in the Emerging Professional category.
Reddy’s submission transformed a tired, compartmentalized 1990s residential floorplan into a free-flowing, contemporary living space. The modified space incorporated sleek white cabinetry and shiny black granite countertops contrasted with tumbled marble flooring and warm, honey-colored wood flooring.
“It is an honor to be recognized by the distinguished international group of interior designers who judged the entries for this year’s awards,” said Reddy. “I look forward to helping others improve their living spaces to better match their lifestyles, delivering functionality with an unexpected twist.”
ASID Design Excellence Awards Contest is the Valley’s preeminent annual design competition that highlights the exceptional talent of interior design industry leaders across Arizona.
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Mesa Community College is nationally recognized for its service-learning, civic engagement and innovative educational programs, which include university transfer, career and technical, workforce development, and lifelong learning. Host to 40,000 students annually, MCC offers more than 195 degrees and certificate programs at its two campuses and additional locations. MCC’s student body hails predominantly from the East Valley of Phoenix and includes Veteran, American Indian and International students who enrich the learning experience. Award-winning faculty is dedicated to student success, providing the education and training that empowers MCC students to compete locally and globally. MCC is one of 10 colleges that comprise the Maricopa County Community College District. The District also includes the Maricopa Corporate College and two skill centers. For additional information, visit mesacc.edu.
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