Interior Design Program Selected to Display Student Work
|Date: Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013||Return|
The Interior Design (ID) program in the Department of Family & Consumer Sciences was selected to display student work this year at NeoCon. 40,000 professionals had the opportunity to see the work created by the ID students.
NeoCon is North America's largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors, providing over 40,000 architecture and design professionals with nearly 100 CEU-accredited seminars, association forums and top-notch keynote speakers. Those in attendance could discover thousands of innovative products and resources for corporate, hospitality, healthcare, retail, government, institutional and residential interiors from more than 700 showrooms and exhibitors.
NeoCon allowed participants to view the future of interior design from the next generation of designers from interior design and architecture schools. Projects included innovative environments from commercial to residential, hospitality to retail.
The schools that participated in the exposition were:
Anne Arundel Community College
California State University, Fresno
College of DuPage
Illinois Institute of Art – Schaumburg
Indiana Wesleyan University
Kansas State University
Kent State University
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Ringling College of Art and Design
Savannah College of Art and Design
The George Washington University Interior Architecture and Design Program
Wayne State University
Western Kentucky University
Interior Design Display at NeoCon
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