AAS Interior Design Publication Work 8 Now Available

Parsons Work 8, AAS Interior Design, is the eighth in a series of publications documenting design projects completed in the Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Interior Design at Parsons School of Design. This issue features ‘Interior Sites’. Click here to view the publication. It is also available for purchase on Amazon.

Parsons Students Participate in Urban Zen Project in Haiti

Four Parsons students spent the summer in Haiti, working alongside artisans and designers as part of D.O.T., a collaboration between Parsons, Donna Karan, Urban Zen Foundation, and Haitian artisan and businesswoman Paula Coles.


SCE student participates in Boisbuchet workshop on Space, Motion and Community

Lindesy Dieter was part of choreographer and artist Jonah Bokaer’s workshop exploring the dynamic relationships between bodies and the spaces they inhabit.


Healthy Materials Lab Project in Minneapolis

An affordable apartment complex in Minneapolis will serve as a case study for the Healthy Materials Lab.


Susan Szenasy Reflects on MFA Thesis Final Reviews in Metropolis

Susan Szenasy, Publisher and Editor in Chief of Metropolis Magazine, attended some of the thesis final reviews for the 2015 graduating MFA Interior Design students, and published her reflections on her experience in the June issue of Metropolis. Szenasy celebrated the conceptual rigor of the presentations, as well as the collegial and contemplative atmosphere of the reviews themselves. […]

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MFA Interior Design Program Included in Master Class: Interior Design

Parsons MFA Interior Design Program one of only 30 graduate interiors programs worldwide to be included in Master Class: Interior Design.


Parsons Students Design Hotel in Venice for Design Apart

Students will create a penthouse space in Venice as part of first annual Design Apart Academy.


Parsons Receives Grant for Healthy Materials Lab

Lab aims to eliminate the use of toxic building materials and support the creation and use of healthy alternatives.


MFA Interior Design Studio on Homelessness Featured in the New Yorker

Throughout the spring semester students spent significant time in observation. They volunteered at shelters, conducted interviews with victims of homelessness and documented the process through drawing, video, photography and writing.


SCE Students Win Top Prizes in Carnegie Student Wallcovering Competition

Textile manufacturer Carnegie Fabrics recently challenged students at Parsons, Pratt, SVA, and FIT to create a high performance environmental wallcovering design, and three Parsons students took home top prizes. Julia Grunberg (MFA ID ’15) won first place, and AAS students Mariel Levine and Caroline Edmondson won third place. The competing students were mentored by Carnegie Executive Director […]