Industrial & Interior Design Seniors Draw Enthusiastic Crowd to Thesis Show

May 5th, 2011 by Lacey Luce
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Industrial & Interior Design Thesis Show, May 5, 2011

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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2 Responses to “Industrial & Interior Design Seniors Draw Enthusiastic Crowd to Thesis Show”

  1. Anedith Nash says:

    Great to see everyone – seniors and their families. Very nice setup for viewing the work, and excellent food! Well done all.
    Anedith

  2. Roger Buchanan says:

    Very nicely done by all the seniors. A lot of impressive work was put into each one, and they all should be proud of their work.