Materials, Research + Space Planning
Course No. INTA 232B Credits: 3.0
Faculty Sherri Appleton
Space planning projects based on special programming and research including furniture design, finishes and furnishings, material presentations from the manufacturing industry and field trips. Students will participate in formal critiques using presentation methods and skills. Final project is group collaboration. Mandatory for all sophomore Interior Architecture majors. Open elective, sophomore and above. Offered spring.
Scott Richardson, a 1991 CIA grad and long-time faculty member, is building his brand-focused interior design firm with the help of six CIA graduates.
Associate Professor/Chair of Interior Architecture
Associate Professor Michael Gollini is the chair of the Interior Architecture Department and an independent de...more
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