Interior design concerns itself with more than just the visual or ambient enhancement of an interior space.
It is “practical, aesthetic, and conducive to intended purposes, such as raising productivity, selling merchandise or improving lifestyle.”
– U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Beginning Fall 2012 all Interior Design undergraduate and graduate courses will be offered in Pullman
Our students describe the program in Interior Design:
What can you do with a degree in Interior Design from WSU?
Check out this short video featuring one of our alumni.
Save the Date – WSU Interior Design Senior Portfolio Review – April 27, 2012
Washington State University proudly announces the formation of the School of Design & Construction
The new school:
- Integrates the disciplines of architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and construction management.
- Is the only school in the nation that houses the design and construction disciplines together.
- Teaches students the skill sets required for their chosen design major and offers a series of collaborative learning experiences that give students a substantial advantage when entering the job market.
- Will provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to ultimately advance their career through greater collaboration and integration with allied disciplines.
Something Delicious In Store: Starbucks Store Designer Anna Robbins Is Jumping for Joy
Walk into any Starbucks store in Seattle and chances are it may have been designed by Anna Robbins, a 2006 Washington State University Interior Design alumna.
Her most recent design project was transforming an old kitchen on the 8th floor of the Starbucks headquarters into a coffee shop to celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary—a project they started last October and finished in early March.
“When I first started with Starbucks it was very much cookie cutter production,” she said. “Since then, we totally revamped the entire model and now every store has a flavor of local relevance and compliments the surrounding architecture.”
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