Experiencing Space

Designs by Interior Architecture and Landscape Architecture Students

June 8 – August 3, 2018

Interior Architecture ID3 design A selection of design works by upper level students in the Interior Architecture and Landscape Architecture Programs at UW-Madison. Interior Architecture coursework combines the art of design with social science to create revolutionary spaces and environments for people. Landscape Architecture provides students with a solid foundation to pursue careers in landscape planning and conservation. Both programs emphasize problem-solving skills and critical thinking based on ecological principles, societal needs, and cultural foundations.

Interior Architecture is part of the Design Studies Department, bringing together art and science with a world-view approach. Landscape Architecture emphasizes ecological restoration, preservation, and environmental planning.

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Each academic semester the Design Gallery organizes a major curated exhibition related to a design topic followed by showcase installations of Design Studies student creative work at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

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