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Interior Design Biannual Newsletter “Rendered”

Published November 14, 2013

Screen Shot 2013-11-14 at 1.05.25 PMDear Students, Alumni, and Friends:

This newsletter is the first of what will become our biannual outreach to students, alumni, and friends of the Department of Interior Architecture and Design. The intent is to provide a summary of department activities and accomplishments, and to notify you of upcoming events. We chose the title “ID  Rendered” noting that render can mean to give or make available, to represent in written form or in a drawing or painting, to deliver or pronounce formally, or, to cause to become. The department has gone through many major changes in the last few years with several key faculty retiring and new faculty joining our team. We’ve also settled into the newly renovated William Johnston Building and our new design and fabrication studio, Studio D in the Carnaghi Arts Building. The department has also seen unprecedented awards and accomplishments by our faculty and students. We want to share these stories with you and hope you enjoy this inaugural issue.

The Editorial Team

“ID Rendered” – Biannual Newsletter


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Visit or mail check(s) payable to the Interior Design Fund to:

Department of Interior Architecture and Design
1038 William Johnston, Florida State University
Tallahassee, Fl 32306-1231


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Support the program by sharing your knowledge + expertise. Students benefit from alumni + friends who offer internships or career shadowing opportunities. If you or your firm would like to assist a student in this way, please contact Kenan Fishburne, our internship coordinator, at Or, if you are available to speak to students or have a class visit your firm, contact Lisa Waxman, Department Chair, at


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