Just one day before the official end of classes for seniors, the graduating Industrial Design and Interior Design class concluded their academic journey on a high note. Thursday, May 5, the 17 Industrial Design and 11 Interior Design seniors presented their final senior thesis projects during an open-to-the-public reception.
Projects ranged from combining neuroscience, psychology, color theory and lighting to develop a more impactful use of color in interior spaces, to a self-sustaining device capable of harnessing, storing, and transferring solar energy of distance wireless. Many projects looked at social issues like repurposing an empty rural town building to create a multi-use community space and garden, and others looked to environmental issues such as designing an ergonomically friendly device to aid with reforestation.
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