CIA students majoring in Interior Architecture work in their own studio space and also share resources with the Department of Industrial Design. You’ll have access to cutting-edge computer technology, shop facilities, presentation rooms, project rooms, and rapid prototyping—a technology that turns your CAD/CAM design into a three dimensional scale model.
CIA also houses the fabrication studios, a shared space, staffed and supervised by highly qualified technical specialists. Students from all courses of study are encouraged to use this space and do hands-on research with tools and materials. This communal environment gives students optimal means of making for their individual exploration and group projects.
Richardson Design takes on children's museum challenge
Project takes the design firm's work to new realm more
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.
While at CIA, you'll learn from the masters through our rigorous, world-class curriculum and connect with working professionals to begin your career.