Dixie Hudson, Program Head for the Interior Design Diploma program, asked her students to rethink some of the spaces in the Factor IV Area. They met with members of the Eco-Streets Urban Restoration group to discuss the changes we would like to see in the area. They were asked to design for deconstruction, and consider the environmental impact of their designs. The interior design students looked at a variety of design aspects, including: seating, signage, pedestrian walkways, and creating an alleyway that highlights the creek that runs underneath it. On the completion of their projects they presented their ideas to faculty and staff involved in the Eco-Streets project.
Take a closer look at the Trades identification student proposal: