Interior Decorating

These Interior Design Students Are Working Pro Bono To Spruce Up Spaces Most In Need



Through the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Integrated Service-Learning Project, students, alumni, and volunteers are renovating spaces that serve New York’s hungry, homeless, and in-crisis citizens. They recently completed a redesign of the dining hall at St. Paul’s House in Manhattan. Read the story: https://www.fastcodesign.com/90138224/these-interior-design-students-are-working-pro-bono-to-spruce-up-spaces-most-in-need

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One thought on “These Interior Design Students Are Working Pro Bono To Spruce Up Spaces Most In Need”

  • Minimal Assembly February 25, 2018 at 9:04 am

    Great use of talent to help those in need!! I would love to see more projects like this.

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