Fast Company reports on Interior Architecture department project focused on reimagining Rhode Island’s Pell Bridge.
Interior Architecture sophomores work with community developer I. Lanre Ajakaiye on plans to transform a blighted Providence building into a multicultural gathering place.
The Newport Daily News reports on Crossing the Pell project created by Interior Architecture graduate students in the spring.
RISD Interior Architecture students propose innovative designs for adding pedestrian and cycling lanes to the suspension bridge connecting Newport and Jamestown, RI.
The final installment of RISD’s African Food and Culture series focuses on the African Alliance of Rhode Island’s newly expanded Bami Farm.
The Providence Journal reflects on Don’t You Sit Down: Shades of Jim Crow, 1960– exhibition designed by RISD’s Interior Architecture department.
An interactive on-campus exhibition brings to life the civil rights movement and ongoing struggle against racism and segregation in the US.
Interior Architecture students debate the fate of Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks’ former home in Detroit.