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.
I often write about what we’re doing at the college to educate and inspire our students, but today I thought I should write about something heavy on my mind. The challenge of late is being able to meet our
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
Patricia Undlin, a 1982 graduate of the Interior Design program and a longstanding advisory board member, has led an extensive career in the interior design industry. Recently she worked with a client to commission a large-scale
A recent visit to Charleston, South Carolina provided deeper insight into architecture and interior space built during the 17th and 18th century in America. Founded in 1738, Drayton Hall is the oldest preserved plantation house
Nothing inspires design like travel and experiencing new visual stimulation. I am continually encouraging my interior design students to see the world. Recently I journeyed with my family to the country of Costa Rica. The
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
Kailee Helget, a 2nd year student recently received a scholarship from the local chapter of the Network of Hospitality professionals. Kailee has been a star student since she arrived following in her aunt, Betty Ravnik’s
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.
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