Department News

IAR 411 Students Tour the Proximity Hotel and Print Works Bistro

Students in IAR 411 had a sustainability tour of the Proximity Hotel and Print Works Bistro.  

Stoel Burrowes Featured in Top 20 A’ Design Award Competition

Cat’s Cradle Living Room Chair by Stoel Burrowes featured in Top 20 A’ Design Award. See more at this link! http://www.polpettas.com/top-20-design-award-winners/

Where are they now? Morgan Rigsbee

Made in Greensboro featured our very own alumna, Morgan Rigsbee in a recent article– “Morgan Rigsbee is a designer for […]

Events

09/21/18, 10/19/18, 11/16/18
10 am-12pm
Gatewood Lobby
Tour of Facilities
Information Session

Thursday, April 19th: IARc Lecture Series – Artist Odili Odita, 5:30 pm in Bryan Bldg., room 160 Friday, April 20th: IARc […]

 Wednesday, March 21st: Lunch & Learn with Carnegie from 12:00-12:50 pm. Location: Gatewood room 401    

Wednesday, February 14th: Assistant Professor Candidate Presentation at 1:30 pm. Location: Stone room 142  Friday, February 16th: IARc Open House at […]

Friday, November 3rd: Center for Housing and Community Studies hosts their November Housing Hangout from 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Location: MHRA 1607. […]

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Undergraduate Program

Design education in IARc is centered on the studio, a physical and intellectual place where ideas are transformed into physical form that includes interior products such as furniture and larger scale interior spaces and buildings. The 4 year Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree is a first professional degree that prepares students to enter interior design practice although our graduates also pursue careers in product design, community-engaged or public interest design, web and graphic design, and digital fabrication. Our graduates are recognized in the field as thoughtful designers who can think and learn and do.

Graduate Program

Our Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Interior Architecture offers students a venue for advanced investigations of the built environment in close collaboration with faculty mentors. It is designed to be both studio and research intensive. Students can tailor the curriculum to their specific interests and professional aspirations, mixing and matching different areas of focus such as human environmental design, product design and historic preservation. 

And no matter what we do—from scholarship to research to community engagement—our work is anchored in sustainability and design that promotes social, psychological and ecological well-being.