The Interior Architecture program at UW-Madison is a selective admission program with a sequence of Phase 1 and Phase 2 required courses. Prospective students must complete Phase 1 courses to be eligible to apply for admission into Phase 2 of the program. The number of students accepted into Phase 2 of the program is limited […]
Lisa Johnson (’17), an Interior Architecture major, has made big moves since graduating this past May. Just months after getting her degree, Lisa now lives and works in New York City at a successful design firm called ICRAVE. Finding a steady job after graduation is a stressful prospect for many students, so Lisa filled us […]
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Vision To be an internationally recognized program for its innovative interdisciplinary research and broad based professional education in the field of interior architecture. Mission The Interior Architecture program combines research and design practice to improve people’s lives through human-centered design within the built environment. We prepare students to become independent thinkers by promoting critical reflection […]
As an Interior Architecture major, you’ll learn how to blend art and social sciences (how people interact their environment, the history of design) with physical sciences (the effects of materials on the physical health, the comfort of inhabitants). SoHE students work with our experienced faculty on real-world projects, from the basics of a chair to […]
The Design Gallery and Textile Collection SoHE Interior Architecture students have access to two exceptional in-house educational resources. The Ruth Davis Design Gallery provides a premier exhibition space for student portfolio shows and critiques. And, the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection is a research resource with more than 13,000 pieces, making it one of the […]