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PPG Presents Annual Automotive Glass Design Awards

Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries has awarded its annual PPG Design Challenge Awards for 2007 to students at Detroit's College for Creative Studies.

The awards were as follows:

First place and a $1,500 scholarship were awarded by PPG Industries to Ludwin O. Cruz, 20, of Pembroke Pines, Fla., in the PPG Design Challenge for 2007 for this concept of an asymmetrical car half made of laminated glass.

 

Second place was awarded by PPG Industries to Woo Sung Lee, 26, of Seoul, South Korea, in the PPG Design Challenge for 2007 for this concept of a vehicle with honeycomb-shaped glass that filters air to keep passengers comfortable. Lee received a $1,000 scholarship for this concept of a vehicle combining sport utility functionality with sports car styling on a truck base.

 

A $500 scholarship for third place was awarded by PPG Industries to Andrew Ho, 21, of Toronto, in the PPG Design Challenge for 2007 for this concept of a crossover vehicle with an electrochromic glass roof and front glass informational display.

 

 


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