Book Launch | MFA ID Environmental Design faculty Nina Edwards Anker’s new book Cocoon House launches at Venice Biennale

MFA ID Environmental Design faculty Nina Edwards Anker launches new book at the 2021 Venice Biennale of Architecture Watch the […]

MFA ID Faculty Spotlight: Maria Linares Trelles and Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco: Expansions – Biennale di Venezia 2021

Expansions, edited by Hashim Sarkis and Ala Tannir, gathers over 80 responses to the question posed by the Biennale Architettura […]

SCE Double Major recognition – Maria Alexandra Llerena

Maria Alexandra Llerena was named one of the top 50 interior design students graduating this year in North America as […]

BFA ID Director, Yu Nong Khew quoted by Refinery 29 as the world approaches almost a year of pandemic living

As the world approaches almost a year of pandemic living, Yu Nong Khew shares her thoughts with Refinery 29. Our homes will […]

One Week to Sell: Parsons Interior Design Alums help make this a reality for sellers

Chelsea Barile (BFA ID 2020), Katherine Anderson (BFA ID 2020) and Ashley Le (BFA ID 2021) are on Taylor Spellman’s design […]

Bingxin Yu (MFA Interior Design 2022) Winner in Interior Design magazine’s Best of Year Awards 2020

Bingxin Yu (MFA Interior Design 2022) has been announced as a winner in Interior Design magazine Best of Year Awards […]

Interior Design Professor “Layered Fragments” Project Selected as a 2018 NYCxDESIGN Award Honoree

Layered Fragment by Habitat Workshop by Interior Design professor Jieun Yang has been named a 2018 NYCxDESIGN Award Honoree in the […]

Parsons Festival 2017: Street Seats

In collaboration with the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT), the Design Build course of the School of Constructed Environments, taught […]

InsideInside.org, online research tool, reviewed in ‘Objective’

InsideInside.org is an online database and research platform of historic, modern and contemporary interiors. A call for feedback is included in […]

Designer Tom Dixon at the Parsons School of Design in New York – discussing mass production and uniqueness

“The thing that is a little bit nagging in people’s minds about mass production is that everything looks the same. […]