On Saturday, February 22, 2014, Moore’s MFA Program in Interior Design will host a design challenge to its MFA students.
Design Day is a one-day public service project that places MFA in Interior Design students in teams that compete by developing new projects for a real-life client.
In recent years, these projects have been anything from flexible furniture to a disaster shelter. The client, a panel of experts and the public participate in the evaluation of the projects during presentations.
This year, MFA in Interior Design students will present at The Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia at 19 S. 22nd Street. The students will be asked to redesign the reception desk area, lobby and the Museum Store.
They will begin at the Museum at 9 am, move to Moore for team work sessions, then reconvene at the Museum for the presentation at 4 pm.