Non-Residential Studio Designs Conference Booth


Zoe Liu and Maryna Schofield, The Winning Team // Photo by Aimee Schefano
In the Non-Residential Design Studio (CD604 and CV7604), co-taught by first time instructor and BAC MID graduate, Aimee Schefano, and Denise Rush, IIDA, Director of the Undergraduate Interior Design program at the BAC, students designed an 8' x 10' exhibition booth for a client - Converge Consulting.

The studio was divided into three teams of two design students in each. The client selected one team's design that best reflected their brand for the AMA (American Marketing Association) Higher Education Conference to be held November 10 - 12, 2013 at the Marriott Copley Place.

Zoe Liu, MID Candidate, and Maryna Schofield, MID Candidate, were the winning team, who will see their project built soon! See their design proposal here. Photos of the executed design will be shared later this month.

Ann Oleson, the CEO and Founder of Converge Consulting, shared the following via Twitter: "A huge thank you to the Interior Design Class at BAC Denise Rush and Aimee M Schefano for their amazing design ideas for Converge's #amahighered booth!"

Co-instructor and graduate of the BAC's MID program, Aimee Schefano, of STA Design, said, "Teaching a design studio at the BAC this fall has allowed me to give back to a community that has helped to shape my life as a designer for the past five years. In class we explore and study the interior environments of commercial spaces." To read more about the studio and of Aimee's experience, click here.