Healing, Learning, Living, Working, and Playing

I am proud to be a part of the New York School of Interior Design, a unique institution, America’s best school for interior design, and the forerunner of the profession in this country. In the global landscape of education in interior design, NYSID is certainly a gem, where one can receive the best of education in the field. It was founded exactly 100 years ago by a visionary architect Sherrill Whiton, upon a core course in the decorative arts which evolved into an entire institution, dedicated to the study of interior design at a time when it was just taking shape as a recognized profession. Today, the school focuses on various issues and directions, including sustainability, fostering the dialogue between the fields of interior design and architecture, and in shaping the future of accreditation standards in education and licensing of practitioners in the interior design profession. In celebrating its 100th anniversary, the gallery presents an exhibition of work from 30 esteemed alumni, both established designers and recent graduates; they demonstrate the continuity and evolution of interior design, presenting a wide range of projects for living, working, playing, and healing in celebrating the wonderful diversity and complexity of the profession. Above: LIVING: David Scott, David Scott Interiors, Southampton Oceanfront Residence
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WORKING: Ashley Liu, Rottet Studio, Target PR and Marketing Offices

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HEALING: Annie Laurie Pitchard, RBB Architects, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian

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LEARNING: Lawrence Chabra, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Gearhart Hall, University of Arkansas

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William Engel, in collaboration with Lilian B Interiors and In Situ Design, The William Hotel

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