Interior Architecture students are working with the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island to reimagine and reconfigure Providence’s Cathedral of St. John.
As part of the department’s annual charette, students in Interior Architecture work together to propose quiet campus refuges.
Eleven students and new graduates are bringing valuable critical thinking skills to nonprofits around the world.
An ambitious symposium considers how the bones of a ruined house can spark dialogue about memory, preservation and institutionalized racism.
Graphic Design senior Kendra Xu reflects on a Wintersession travel course that invited students to soak in the country’s vibrant culture and renowned craftwork.
A department-wide charette challenges Interior Architecture students to revitalize a downtown Woonsocket, RI neighborhood by designing an outdoor community performance space.
At the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, recent RISD grads showed work addressing the future of housing in the South Korean megacity.
New Assistant Professor Stefano Corbo teaches graduate students to see the practice of interior architecture as a conversation between the past and present.
Graduate students in Interior Architecture focus their growing expertise in adaptive reuse on the needs of RISD’s campus.