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April 27, 2017
CIA interior architecture grad wants the room to feel right
By Betsy O’Connell
When Jody Amsden enters a room or a store, she doesn’t see just the walls or the displays. She takes in the complete space and decides if it works as a whole. That’s a big part of why she is an architectural designer.
“I get excited when I have designed a space and the client is overwhelmed and loves the space,’’ said Amsden, a 2007 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art.
She flips the pages of her portfolio and finds designs for Godfry’s, an upscale, made to measure clothing store in Columbus. “This was probably my most fun job...continue reading
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