Associate Professor & Director of the Interior Design Program
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BSD Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
MARCH Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Lindsey Bahe is an Associate Professor of Interior Design and joined the College of Architecture in the Fall of 2005. Bahe has taught and developed a range of courses in all levels within the Interior Design curriculum. Bahe holds a Master of Architecture, and a Bachelor of Science and Design degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Before starting her academic career, Bahe practiced as an architectural design professional at Leo A. Daly, Omaha, working on large scale commercial and public buildings such as the Edward Zorinsky Federal Building, Carl T. Curtis National Park Service Building, and Windward Community College Library in Honolulu, and continued her practice at studio951 in Lincoln focusing primarily on residential design. Bahe is deeply committed to the education of future designers of the built environment and her classroom instruction and teaching has been nationally recognized. Bahe was named one of Design Intelligence 30 Most Admired Design Educators of 2014.
Areas of Focus & Interest
Interior Design Pedagogy. [The methods, theories, and practice of educating undergraduate interior design students; with a focus on identifying and establishing disciplinary knowledge through curricular development and integration of assessment.]
The Discipline of Design. [The methods, theories, and practice of teaching disciplinary knowledge of design. Communicating the discipline of design and its value to non-designers.]
Suburbia. [Suburban culture as it relates to built environment and design.]