Self motivated, hardworking and interested students needed!
Great opportunity for someone looking to start their own business someday …be in on the ground floor of helping form a developing business.
Intern with Kristin Paton Interiors, a very small/ start up residential design firm.
The 4th Annual Design for the Environment green/sustainable trade show took place on Thursday, March 4th in the Galleria of 10 St. James Avenue. Students and faculty had the opportunity to visit with 24 vendors, peruse the latest and greatest in green/sustainable products and participate in a raffle for several great prizes! A special thanks goes to the Interior Design Council and organizers of the event, as well as CB Richard Ellis for the use of the Galleria. Images courtesy of Imaginatas Photography.
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High end residential interior design office seeks dynamic, responsible part‐time
student, flexible hours.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Design, management, and financial aspects of projects.
Maintain cooperative working relationships with showrooms, contractors, clients, and consultants.
Daily office management and organization.
On Wednesday Nov. 18th, 2009 the New England School of Art & Design joined with the Suffolk University Alumni Association to host its third annual Alumni Reception for the Interior Design Program. As in the past years, the event was held in conjunction with the construction industry’s convention “Build Boston” at the World Trade Center and the Seaport Hotel in Boston, MA.
2009 marks the 10th anniversary of the Interior Design Program’s Masters of Interior Design degree and the event was celebration of 10 years of MAID graduates.
LEED-certified kitchen designed by Associate Professor Karen Clarke graced the cover of Boston Magazine’s fall 2009 home edition, “Kitchen Confidential.”