At the 2010 A Better World by Design conference, Professor Seth Stem led a workshop focused on the design potential of working with environmentally friendly natural fiber composites.
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David Stark brings a designer’s eye and artist’s touch to everything he does – whether he’s creating recycled holiday ornaments for the marketplace or one-of-a-kind installations for special events.
Interior Architecture announces two new graduate degree programs focused on adaptive reuse – one for architecture professionals, the other for designers interested in specializing in this growing field.
RISD is one of two colleges nationwide invited to show original student work at the 2010 American Craft Council Show.
As an artist, designer, carpenter and committed tinkerer, Amy Devers MFA 01 FD never dreamed that she’d spend so much time talking about design – especially on television.
Co-founded by RISD Professor Elizabeth Dean Hermann, the Institute for Sustainable Urban Societies develops innovative solutions to the complex issues facing dense metropolises in the world’s most endangered coastal zones.
Students work with Earth University to plan a new campus tailored to local needs, climate and terrain.
Two students team up to design an affordable new dining hall for a remote secondary school that is able to be built by the students and faculty themselves.
RISD’s Interior Architecture Department has partnered with Brown University’s Center for Environmental Studies to further research passive solar applications in architecture.
In the Out of Gas! studio, students from RISD and Brown worked together to develop the Coda, an energy-efficient three-wheeler designed for urban commuters.
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