MSU Interior Design Program launches online student project gallery
The MSU Interior Design (ID) Program in the School of Planning, Design and Construction (SPDC) is pleased to announce the launch of a new "Student Projects" online gallery.
September 8, 2016
The MSU Interior Design (ID) Program in the School of Planning, Design and Construction (SPDC) is pleased to announce the launch of a new “Student Projects” online gallery. After months of dedication, this gallery features the work of first- through fourth-year students, as well as competition submissions, with more to be added over the next few months.
Each posted project features a basic summary/focus, and showcases two or more photos (3-D designs), posters/project boards and/or digital renderings designed and produced by a student or team of students. Types of projects include:
- First Year of Study: 3-D Design Exploration, Color Study and Stair Model.
- Second Year of Study: ID Synthesis I, Inspired Furniture (3-D) and Portfolio of semester work.
- Third Year of Study: Lighting & Environmental Design Systems and ID Synthesis II.
- Fourth Year of Study: Several Theses, focusing on the redesign of local Lansing-area buildings.
- Competitions: 2015 IIDA Competition submission (team received first prize).
The goal of this online gallery is to provide prospective students, alumni, stakeholders and those interested in interior design with an improved way to visually learn about the ID Program, and the work of our students.
The ID Program would like to thank Assistant Instructor Kristy Kellom, the SPDC Communications Manager Heidi Macwan, and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Web Services Team for their time and efforts in taking this project from idea to reality.