This summer, Interior Architecture & Design students participated in the newly launched summer study abroad program led by Professor Lisa Waxman in London. Organized with the help of the FSU International Programs office, students studied the history of design from the mid-1800s through the present using London as the classroom. Students attended lectures, but also spent part of each class out in the city, exploring its rich history. Field trips included a walking tour of London, a visit to the Wallace Collection, Blenheim Palace, the Sir John Soane Museum, the National Theatre, the Victoria and Albert Museums, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Leighton House, the Design Museum, architecture and design firm Gensler’s London office, the Tate Modern Museum, a trip to Kew Gardens, and a day trip to Bath. This program will be offered again next summer.