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In an age dominated by mobile images, the value of the design environment itself has been called into question. More and more, the mandate for Interior Designers is to act strategically to find new models of practice and innovative strategies of implementation. Yet it is important to remember that traditional activities of the design discipline (design, documentation and construction of artifacts, buildings, landscapes, infrastructures, etc.) continue to have powerful appeal. Interior Design is not primarily an analytical practice, but rather a creative and material practice, working in and among the world of things. Like engineering, ecology, or architecture, Interior Design actually changes reality by producing new material environments. The physical fabric of our spaces is part of a dense web of social and cultural variables that the Interior Designer helps to construct. This studio will be the beginning of an attempt to question yourself about what is that you, as an Interior Designer, want to do.
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