2015 Interior Design Emerging Symposium

Studio D: Design and Fabrication Lab / Department of Interior Design / FSU An authorized RhinoFabStudio

Studio D is a prototyping workspace within the Department of Interior Design at Florida State University. This 3000 square foot facility is home to the department’s traditional woodshop tools, digital fabrication equipment, and undergraduate and graduate furniture design classroom space. The studio is staffed by Marlo Ransdell, PhD and David Wray, MFA in Tallahassee, FL.

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Studio D invites you to the second bi-annual Interior Design Emerging symposium “Blurred Lines”.

The theme, “Blurred Lines”, refers to those narrow and vacillating borders between the designs of interior spaces and the objects, forms, and technologies that interact in and out of those spaces. “Blurred Lines” investigates the ever-evolving role of the Interior Architect or Interior Designer as one that creatively touches every part of the built landscape.

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Place: Miami Beach, Florida
Date: Friday, April 10, 2015
Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Registration Fee (Click here to register)

For more information, please contact Marlo Ransdell.

What is a RhinoFabStudio? A RhinoFabStudio™ (fabricationstudio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.


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