The Interior Design Seniors will be presenting their Thesis Designs. This represents the results of a year long scholarly inquiry . The topics include a center for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families, a re-vitalization of ‘The Turtle’ in Niagara Falls, NY, and a workplace building for the medical corridor that promotes health and well-being through the application of LEED and WELL principles.
This is a presentation of final Interior Design Studio projects from Freshman , Sophomore and Junior years. Each student will present their work individually in both written and visual form, before an audience that includes a panel of invited critics together with their professors and peers.
Exhibit of Interior Design BFA Thesis Projects. Students will have created visual presentation panels of their year-long BFA Thesis scholarly inquiry. The opening reception will be an opportunity for the students to share their work with family , friends and the larger campus community and present their Thesis Publication to their formal advisors.