I invite you to check out this new documentary series focused on design and creativity of all types. It proves to all that design is necessary and, in fact, all around us. Check out Architectural Digest blog for details.
Early this spring Interior Design students at DCTC enjoyed a field trip to two significant historic icons of two of America’s most famous designers. First stop was the Owatonna, Minnesota bank (currently a Wells Fargo
A trip to Charleston, SC offers one a plethora of historic architecture. One of the structures I recently explored is the Nathaniel Russell House. The home is widely recognized as one of America’s most important
Inclusivity in Universal Design embraces technology. Read this great article I found on ASID’s Eye on Design. The following article from Metropolis magazine is eye opening in our approach to Universal Design. READ ABOUT
Gensler is a leader in the design of educational space. Learn more about how the changing classroom is effecting spatial design.
Architectural technology and interior design students visit Main Street Project By Randy Olson, DCTC Associate Dean of Design & Technology “Sustainability is an energy equation” stated Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, also
IDES students currently enrolled in Commercial Studio II are competing in a Retail Design Competition this fall. PAVE (The Planning and Visual Education Partnership) is sponsoring a competition to design a retail “pop
18 DCTC Interior Design students and 2 faculty traveled to New York and attended the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. Several countries participated and offered a diverse range of product and talent,
Join DCTC Students on March 25th on a trip to the Science Museum of Minnesota to experience the riches of royal life in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago in Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs. Discover more than
Myth #2: Compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) are “the” answer to being environmentally responsible when replacing incandescent bulbs in household light fixtures. Yes, but… Fluorescent bulbs (lamps) contain mercury.