Fort Wayne, Ind.—The 2014 Interior Design Senior Exhibition at Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) showcases senior student designs for a variety of spaces, including a condominium, restaurant, single family house, church, and a special needs educational facility.
The exhibition is open daily through May 18 in the first floor gallery of the IPFW Visual Arts Building. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Interior design students develop creative design solutions by collaborating with real-world clients and researching design practices in the appropriate field. The process takes place during the interior design program's capstone course, which involves work through both semesters of the students' senior year.
This year's exhibition includes work by Erin Akey, Erin Bradshaw, Holly Cope, Cassondra Davis, Maricel Dumont, Hannah Easter, Samantha Hoffman, Rachel Kees, Rachal Spillner, and Leslie Theurer,
"I am very proud of our students' creative work," said Suining Ding, associate professor of interior design and coordinator of the Interior Design Program. "It's always a pleasure to celebrate their achievements at this annual event."
For more information, contact Suining Ding at 260-481-6008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.