Whitfield and Smith conducted a study to determine how society perceived the design professions including interior design. One of the six dimensions used to measure societies perceptions looked into the proportion of men and women in the profession. “Both engineering … Continue reading
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Should I work for a Small or Large Firm? This is a conversational podcast discussing the pros and cons of working in a small or large interior design firm.
Conversation with SCAD graduate students about Daniel Pink’s book. A Whole New Mind
Figure 1. Evolution.(Graphic, n.d.). “The first time something was conceived as a means to an end, humanity lost its intimate relation to the world.” (Tomasi, 2007, p. 411) As the presence of technology increases within our … Continue reading
Participatory Design is a term that I am just learning about this quarter in my graduate studio course but the concept has been around for quite a while. “Participatory design (known before as ‘Cooperative Design’) is an approach to design … Continue reading
In a recent class, we undertook a quick charette to generate contemporary suggestions for interior design undergraduate curriculum. The student suggestions for courses were really intriguing. Rather than suggesting design studio after design studio like most of us undertook as … Continue reading