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.


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.


Aftertaste 2015: Inside Imagination Program and Livestream Information

Friday 6-8pm, Tishman Auditorium, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, New York City
Saturday 10-6pm, Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York City


Jonsara Ruth Included in Allentown Museum Exhibition Past Present

Preview Opening
February 21
6 – 8 pm
Allentown Art Museum


A Daily Dose of Architecture on Aftertaste 2015

February 27 + 28, 2015
Friday 6-8pm, Tishman Auditorium, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue
Saturday 10-6pm, Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue


MFA ID alumna Gosia Rodek to Speak at State of Design Event November 5

Rodek will address future of interior design in a world that is is increasingly unbalanced socially and environmentally.


Lorraine Karafel Contributes to Metropolitan Museum Exhibition on Tapestry

Exhibition explores work of 16th-century Netherlandish artist Pieter Coecke van Aelst.

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Jonsara Ruth Published in IDEA Journal

Article explores notions of domesticity via an abandoned house in Detroit.


Sagaponack House by Smith-Miller + Hawkinson in Beach Magazine

SCE faculty Luben Dimcheff was lead designer for eastern Long Island house.