Mississippi State University interior design students recently presented their Barefield Workplace Solutions Steelcase Projects.
The goal of the project, sponsored by Barefield Workplace Solutions in Jackson, is to increase proficiency in planning and designing large-scale commercial interiors. This project focused on the specific issues of general office and customer service space types and on understanding systems furniture selection and specification. Students were guided through the project in Associate Professor Amy Crumpton’s third-year studio course.
Student competition and scholarship winners were selected by MSU Interior Design Program alumna Ginger Huffman, RID, IIDA, interior designer for Office Interiors in Huntsville, Ala; and Demmie Dunaway.