@ Pratt Institute & via ZOOM 04.09.22Organizers: Deborah Schneiderman, Keena Suh, Anca Lasc, Karyn Zieve, Erica Morawski, Karin TehveKeynote: Jorge Otero-Pailos/ Moderators: David Foley, Deborah Schneiderman and Erica Morawski Every year, current events affect the directions of research and culture, but the influence of recent events cannot be overstated. Who cannot say that the past... Continue Reading →
via ZOOM 03.23.22Interior Provocations Committee: Deborah Schneiderman, Keena Suh, Anca Lasc, Karyn Zieve, Erica Morawski, Karin TehveEvent Organizers: Deborah Schneiderman & Karin TehveModerator: Karin Tehve To celebrate the release of Appropriate(d) Interiors, we organized an online event, a virtual book talk. We were joined by the editors and the authors. Participants were physically in the... Continue Reading →
via ZOOM on 03.02.22 / IDEC National ConferenceCo-authors/ presenters: Irina Schneid, Karin Tehve, William Watson & Edwin ZawadzkiFeatured image: Basilica San Vitale (Ravenna, Italy) + Analytique (Yasmeen Abdal, FA19)Description: An analysis of pedagogic frameworks informing Materials, Methods, and Meaning (a required junior theory class) Proposal text:Design theory classes offer an opportunity for students to contextualize... Continue Reading →
[image appropriated from publisher's website] Pleased to announce the publication of the second collection of work presented at Interior Provocations, a series of symposia founded by Pratt Institute Faculty in the History of Art and Design and Interior Design Departments. Delighted to again work with my esteemed co-editors Professors Deborah Schneiderman and Anca Lasc, as well as... Continue Reading →
[image pinched from publisher's website] _Honored to work with fellow editors Anca I. Lasc, Deborah Schneiderman, Keena Suh, Alexa Griffith Winton and Karyn Zieve. This is the first publication of work presented at Interior Provocations, a series of symposia founded by Pratt Institute Faculty in the History of Art and Design and Interior Design Departments.
Analysis of CSH#20. Buff, Straub & Hensman. Bass House. 1959. Student: Molly Sherman, MS Interior Design. Analysis produced SP13. Presentation delivered at the Interior Design Education Council (IDEC) National Convention. Boston MA. Spring 18. When one asks the question what is the most important qualification for an interior designer, the average person’s answer is (still,... Continue Reading →
Analysis of CSH#9. Charles Eames & Eero Saarinen. Entenza House. 1945-9. Students: Anandan/ Dudley/ Huang Analysis produced SP14. Presentation delivered at Common Ground: International Conference on The Image Conference. Venice, Italy. Fall 17. Beatriz Colomina stated that architecture becomes modern through its relationship with media, an assertion that can be quantified. Certainly most of our... Continue Reading →
Analysis of INT POPS: 590 Madison Ave (IBM Building). Top: own photos (02.09.17)/ Bottom: site plans from apops.mas.org (accessed 03.02.19) Presentation delivered at Interior Design Education Council (IDEC) National Convention. Chicago, Ill. Spring 17. At first glance, the terms “public” and “interior” suggest an essential opposition. Any bounded space must have a set of conditions... Continue Reading →