Caitlin Jarosinski started her interior design journey at Alfred State College where she earned an Associate’s Degree in Interior Design. She then transferred to Villa Maria College to continue her education. She will graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design in May, 2023. At Villa Maria, she was elected President of the Interior Design Club, was awarded most outstanding Interior Design Student and was one of the student representatives of the International Interior Design Association – Buffalo Chapter.
Throughout college, her personal philosophy evolved to be: Interior Designers must find a balance between beauty and science to create an overall cohesive design. It goes beyond aesthetics and is about building experiences for end users. It takes focus and skill to space plan to build an efficiently functional space. In the future, she plans to work in the interior design field and also pursue a Master’s Degree in Architecture.
I propose an interior design museum that will inform, educate, entertain, and elevate. The goal of the space is to inspire design for designers and non- designers while also educating people on their work, as well as to study and show the physical and mental factors that can be affected with different areas of design. The space will display past, present, and future interior design and the evidence behind it. By designing this structure people will understand the importance of design and the value it has in our everyday lives.