The 210 studio is structured with three primary projects. These images feature the studios second project: Interrogating Interiors; is a precedent study that asks students to “see,” reveal and learn about how to synthesize compositional and interior spatial systems into comprehensive interior environments with a “point of view.”
With the creative class population rapidly decreasing in rural America, how can we position the built environment to retain people of the creative class? The Nebraska Art Therapy Collective is a place for healing, learning and self-discovery through expressive art therapies for children, adolescents and adults ages three & up. Not only will this program generate people of the creative class, but it will also provide ample job opportunities.
The intention is to design a space that challenges opinions on fashion norms as they relate to gender through providing an exhibition space that promotes discourse about fashion by showcasing custom gender neutral outfits available for purchase. NEWtral will include the community by giving back to the public.
With mall retail space, interior design can give a business owner the competitive edge they need with today’s discerning consumers. This is especially true for jewelry retailers where image is everything. This design concept perfectly aligns the store environment with the intended consumer journey and offers a refreshed new brand that conveys innovation through merchandising, technology, and operations.
Utilizing a 40% occupied strip mall, this proposal aimed to address issues of segregation and privatization in retirement homes. The retirement phenomenon often separates our aging population by reducing opportunities for interactions with others outside of their age group.