As part of the final project for Architecture students they were challenged with redesigning a space in the school. Here is the link to the assignment and the previous History Hall transformation.
This year the class was assigned the Art Office.
Here are the BEFORE IMAGES:
The students worked with guest Interior Designer Deborah Chang to select colors and discuss their ideas for the space.
The students selected the following color palette and began painting the room. Special thanks to DEBORAH CHANG and ColorsWorks for the paint donation of Benjamin Moore Paints.
ROOM TRANSFORMATION IN PROGRESS
Here is quote from Ryan about the experience:
"As far as what I learned, the project really opened my eyes to the idea of being an interior designer, rather than an architect. I haven't decided one way or the other yet, but I definitely enjoyed working to enhance the inside of a space, as it was more hands on and more tangible than the initial design process for the room (or any room/building) would have been."
" The finished product of the room came out bright and colorful. We used many colors such as different colors of yellow, blue, and orange. Those colors gave the room a great feel for work and a bright working environment." Kevin Grade 10
The students blogged about there experience and the transformation. Here are links to their posts:
6/3/2015 04:19:32 am
What a great experience for your students. They are so fortunate to have this opportunity. They have a wonderful, creative teacher to guide them! Pauline
2/3/2018 01:34:19 am
Students can earn a bachelors degree from an Interior Design College. A good school will provide the student with the ability to apply their creative ideas and techniques to professional interior design. These areas of interior design are planning, designing, equipping and furnishing commercial and residential interior spaces.
7/15/2018 03:58:55 am
You are pretty good at managing space for getting everything around you while you are working. From this you are sure to know about the things that are all concern about using every part of the free space.
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Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.
Burlington Public Schools