Interior architecture & product design students win International Interior Design Association Haute Couture Award
K-State students in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design's interior architecture & product design department won the International Interior Design Association's Color + Couture competition's Haute Couture award on Oct. 22.
Color + Couture is an International Interior Design Association sponsored event that partners firms and university groups with manufacturers to create a garment design using products provided by the manufacturer in relation to a theme.[MORE]
Interior architecture & product design graduate wins in national furniture design competition
Zachary Manual, a 2016 graduate from the College of Architecture, Planning & Design's interior architecture & product design program at K-State, was selected as the winner of the seating division at the 2016 Design Emphasis Student Furniture Design Competition. Manual submitted his work in his last semester prior to graduating. [MORE]
Interior architecture & product design graduate students and professor to present research at upcoming conference
Caleb Amundson and Alexandra Marschman, graduate students in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design's interior architecture & product design department, both from Shawnee; associate professor Vibhavari Jani; and industry partner Andrew Kim of Steelcase will present their research at the upcoming Society of College and University Planning conference in fall 2016. [MORE]