Erica Tomas, who graduated from UTC in 2022 with a degree in interior architecture, now works for Oh Planning + Design, Architecture in Portland, Oregon. In her job, she deals with interior design and architecture elements, which are much more connected than many people think.
Successfully creating interior design projects and equipping future professionals to improve the quality of life within the built environment are both learning outcomes for a new class that was offered this semester at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Decathlon Top 10: Interior Architecture and Engineering students design cost efficient, comfortable home
An eight-member team of students from the Department of Interior Architecture and Design and the College of Engineering and Computer Science is one of 10 finalists in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2023 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge to design a house to be energy- and cost-efficient while also a comfortable living space.
The Dixie Mercerizing mill is undergoing a complete renovation. As part of their senior project, UTC interior architecture and design majors Landon Parker, Selah Robertson and Robyn Wood came up with concepts for one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, common spaces and commercial businesses for the site.
On Monday, Jan. 9, a grand opening ceremony was held to introduce The Aviary at Stacy Town Center—a community space designed to serve the social and academic needs of students residing in Decosimo, Guerry, Stophel, Walker and UC Foundation Apartments.
On Jan. 9, The Aviary at Stacy Town Center will be introduced. Located at the corner of East Eighth and University streets in front of the Decosimo Apartments, The Aviary is a student space conceptualized and designed by students in the UTC Interior Architecture and Design program.
Sarah Woosley, an interior architecture and design major at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, placed third in a nationwide contest hosted by the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
When the phrase “historic preservation” comes up, an image of old buildings often pops into mind. But historic preservation is more than protecting, repairing and saving buildings, said Dana Moody, professor in the Department of Interior Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. “It’s not just about chaining yourself to a building,”…
In its first year, the lab has been used by students in many courses, including botany, communications, cybersecurity and entrepreneurship.
Members of the Solar Decathlon team ranked Top 10 in competition category.