Check out these great projects from our Commercial Studio students! The project was to design a corporate office for a PR firm in Minneapolis. The students created floorplans and reflected ceiling plans in AutoCAD, modeled the
The interior design program at DCTC has been in existence for over 40 years. In that time we’ve touched the lives of many. Kathy Huus, industry advisor and former instructor, worked with our students for over 10 years.
Students and faculty in the Interior Design program at Dakota County Technical College attended the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) Jan. 20–22, 2015, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Anne
Anne Farniok’s Interior Design Students and Anne Painter’s Architectural Technology students replicated industry practice during fall semester. Second year students in Architectural studio and the
DCTC’s Design Connexion is an active club that knows how to throw a party. What’s the old adage? WORK HARD PLAY HARD! 2014’s end of semester party connected architecture and interior design students with a
IIDA’s Northland chapter hosted their 9th annual charity fashion fund raiser this past fall at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. Dakota County Technical College’s student group – Design Connexion participated for
Amber Newton at New Spaces wins two Remodeler of Merit Awards (ROMA) Amber Newton, an adjunct instructor in the Interior Design program at Dakota County Technical College, was the lead designer on two kitchen design projects that
Immersion is the best way to learn which is why we at DCTC make an effort to plan as many field trips as possible for our students. In November Anne Farniok’s Commercial Studio II class spent a morning with Rob Shaheen of
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.