Marywood University junior interior architecture students will exhibit their works from this semester at the National Museum of Industrial History, Bethlehem, Pa. The students will present their projects on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, from 3-4 p.m. The exhibit is open to the public.
Marywood University’s bachelor of interior architecture program provides students with the opportunity to create the specific character of spaces for human use and enjoyment. In this capacity, interior architects/designers come to understand the important role of materials, colors, textures, and light in the creation of interior spaces that respond to physical, social, psychological, and cultural needs of building users.
The National Museum of Industrial History is located on the Steelstacks campus on the former Bethlehem Steel site. The museum houses more than 200 artifacts from across the world, telling the tale of America’s industrial might and the evolution of industry over time.
For additional information about Marywood University’s interior architecture student exhibit, please email Michelle Pannone, assistant professor in the School of Architecture, at email@example.com, or call the University’s School of Architecture, at (570) 961-4536.
Students pictured include (First row – left to right): Lindsey Reinhart, New Milford, Pa.; Andrea Inhof, West Lawn, Pa.; Julia Taylor, Scott Township, Pa.; Karsyn Moore, Birdsboro, Pa.; and Angela Sanchez, South Plainfield, N.J. (Second row – left to right): Meghan Foley, Scranton, Pa.; Sarah Lynch, Ocean, N.J.; Karly Wilsusen, Jefferson, N.J.; Ashley Wilga, Trevorton, Pa.; and Grace Spiezia, Whitestone, N.Y.