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'In Living Color' Interior Design Senior Show

May 10, 2013

This year's senior capstone projects focus on the healthcare, hospitality, retail, mixed use, commercial, and leisure industry segments.

Seniors turn in their portfolios in preparation for the Interior Design Senior Show on May 16.Thursday, May 16
3-4 p.m.
Lory Student Center Theatre

Senior capstone projects

This year’s Interior Design Senior Show showcases the work of 35 graduating seniors who have focused their senior capstone projects on market segments encompassing:

  • healthcare
  • hospitality
  • retail
  • mixed use
  • commercial
  • leisure industry destinations

Projects have ethical framework

Of particular note are the socially responsive and sustainable character of each project, marking this set of entrants into the discipline of interior design as unique among peers.

"In Living Color" expresses the reality of these students' experiences at CSU -- colorful, alive, and energetic.

These students have created opportunities through service-learning experiences for Hartshorn Health as a component of the CSU Health Network, and represent award-winning work recognized by the Network of Executive Women in Hospitality, CSU’s SOAR Awards, the International Interior Design Association, and the American Society of Interior Design.

Portfolios viewable 3-4 p.m.

Portfolios of each students’ work, including capstone projects will be on display to the public from 3-4 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Theatre on May 16.

For additional information, please contact the Senior Show Chair, Kyla Chambers at

Ongoing tradition

The  show is an on-going tradition within the Interior Design program providing each graduating senior the opportunity to display and celebrate, with faculty, peers, family, and friends, their portfolios including recently completed capstone projects.

Sponsored by the College of Health and Human Sciences, Design and Merchandising.  

Contact: Kyla Chambers