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Today's #DailyDesign is "Artist’s Loft," by MPS in Sustainable Interior Environments students Ricardo Haro and Sai Srujan Gutlapalli. This loft, designed for a sustainable artist couple who upcycle plastic to create mesmerizing art pieces, aims to achieve a sustainable, healthy, and optimal lifestyle. The two concepts of the design are contemplation and deception, which co-exist in the space and trigger complex emotions for the visitors.
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Today's #DailyDesign is "Beau," by MPS-L student Jennifer Shum. Beau reflects the image of their customers–-cool, fashionable, and successful young gentlemen. A palette of uniquely contrasting materials, ranging from brass to concrete, creates a trendy environment with a sophisticated edge. The lighting concept draws its strength from striking a balance between the placement of concealed task-oriented luminaires and a suspended, luminous decorative grid inspired by the philosophy and work of architect Paul Rudolf.
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Interior design employment is soaring according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics! Read all about it here: http://ow.ly/z7g6301FXyr. It's not too late to apply to a program this fall or take a summer continuing ed class! http://ow.ly/h7J3301FXMJ
If it seemed like firms were frantically hiring designers last year, that's because they were. Employers added a whopping 6,040 interior designers to their rolls in the 12-month period from May 2014 to May 2015, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Congrats to NYSID instructor Jeff Hoenig for receiving a Special Recognition Award from the Illuminating Engineering Society at the 2016 Service Awards on June 16! http://ow.ly/Mch4301Bj4Q
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MFA-1 recent grad Carrie Anne Lee talks about her experience on the recent study abroad trip to Italy. Read it here! http://ow.ly/dhEq301yZ8n
This summer, a group of NYSID students traveled to Italy on the “Immersion in Renaissance Florence: Bridging Art & Life” study abroad trip. Recently, we caught up with recent MFA-1 graduate Carrie Anne Li who shared her impressions of the trip.
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Watch highlights from NeoCon 2016 brought to you by Interior Design Magazine
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One last look at the people, places and products that thrilled during the commercial design mecca in Chicago. Edited by James Eades. > See more coverage from NeoCon 2016
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#SpotlightOn Michael Greer, NYSID alumnus and a faculty member from 1955-1976. Greer was a member of the Advisory Board and former president of the National Society of Interior Designers. He was a key figure in the redecoration of the Diplomatic Reception Room at The White House during the Eisenhower administration and the author of "Inside Design" (1962).
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NYSID remembers the late interior designer and landmark preservation advocate R. Michael Brown, who died last week. Brown's work was an inspiration for NYSID's 2015 exhibition, "Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York's Landmark Interiors," which focused on the significant interiors throughout NYC. The Nytimes covers his life and career in this obituary.
Mr. Brown led efforts to protect the spaces inside Radio City Music Hall and Grand Central Terminal, among other buildings.
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These eight "old world style" spots in NYC are a great summertime escape from the busy concrete jungle. http://ow.ly/7mtZ301Gl51
There are many areas that retain the charm of old New York, from small streets in the West Village to hidden alleys in Murray Hill, even including an area in Staten Area!
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Today's #DailyDesign is "Terrace Housing" by recent BFA graduate Danielle Gallardo. Terrace Housing is an affordable housing complex that allows low-income families to grow individually and together. It provides nearby education, job opportunities, as well as on-site employment in the restaurant, farmers market, and urban farm. With lounges on every floor, this complex allows for residents to get acquainted with each other while also allowing it to be a safe place for everyone.
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#TBT 1950s newly elected officers of the National Society of Interior Designers Student Chapter of NYSID.
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Today's #DailyDesign is "A New Urban Housing Model" by recent MFA-2 graduate Ya-Ju Cheng. This project is for micro apartments of varying sizes with shared communal spaces in Brooklyn, NY. The concept combines modular apartment units with bicycle use, designed as a cyclist-friendly living space surrounded by the East River, bridges to Manhattan, and parks. The living spaces are made from identical prefabricated units with varied interior layouts. They can be single-unit micro apartments or linked to create one and two bedroom living spaces.
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Founded in 1916, the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) a private, not-for-profit college devoted to the design of the interior environment and related disciplines.