Designing a Space for Recovery: Kelli Kasza’s Thesis

April 26, 2012 General, Interior Design, Alumni News & Events 0 Comments

Designing commercial space always comes with strict protocols, guidelines and requirements. When working on a commercial space, an interior designer works hard to meet the strenuous requirements of the space itself while also finding opportunities to focus on the ultimate inhabitants who will be using the space.

In Harrington College of Design Interior Design student Kelli Kasza’s thesis, “Dunes Oasis, a Substance Abuse Treatment Center,” Kelli seamlessly integrates the functional requirements of the structure’s interior while consistently weaving in touches of human comfort.

See some glimpses of her work from instructor Demetra Vartzikos’ Interior Design Thesis class below. You can view more of the work here. We hope you enjoy her work as much as we did!

Harrington interior design thesis

Harrington interior design thesis

Harrington interior design thesis

Designs courtesy of Kelli Kasza


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