Interior Design students named IDEC finalist in Pacific West region

Multipurpose area design. Computer generated image of a space with tables, chairs and people siting and talking.

A team of four interior design students Omar Aldulijan, Jinjin Huang, Lesya Kuchkovskaya, and  Lorena Seijas de Alvarez, have been selected as Pacific West regional finalists for the Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC) competition. 

The students were asked to design a socially-sustainable adaptive use proposal for a veteran’s living community. The design also needed to consider the current pandemic and anticipate any future needs.  

As finalists, their work will be displayed at the 2021 Annual Conference, March 1-5, and recognized, along with the respective faculty. Winners will be announced during the conference.

Here is their design – (download PDF)

The regional finalist posters of the student's design and plan.

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