Interior designers ask questions about the spaces we spend most of our time. Our talented faculty are practicing interior designers who help students answer those questions by educating them to become creative, socially responsible, practicing professionals. Students develop design skills that emphasize the imagination while taking into account the needs of the space and their future clients.
Combining work and school is something that comes naturally to Grace Matteson ’18. “I’ve always believed in working, even in high school, at the same time, half and half,” she said. “I’ve been working in an office environment since I was 15 or 16, growing up with entrepreneurial parents who had their own company.” Moving into a full-time position at the Glen Mills, Pa., interior design company Studio 882 following an internship was easy. “I’ve truly become invested in this company and able to have such an...
Carmeen Hutchinson, a senior Interior Design major, was honored December 7, 2017, for her second place win in the 16th annual Jacobs Design Competition. Hutchinson received her award at a finalists ceremony at WeWork in Northern Liberties. Courtney Machamer '18 was also a finalist in the competition. The competition is open to all schools in the Philadelphia area that offer interior design. Some of the school that competed alongside Moore included Jefferson University, Harcum College and Drexel University. Students were...
The program’s Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) ensures that our students will have the skills and connections to practice in the field.
"She’s great. Hardworking/reliable and honest. Great team player. We would love to have her as part of our design team'" RD Jones & Associates, Inc. Baltimore, MD
The Interior Design major can boast that for the last three years—2013-2016— 100% of our graduates have found meaningful employment in their field. Their curriculum supports the technical skills, creative sensibilities and entrepreneurial spirit needed to be successful, and with a focus on intense career preparation and an eye on opportunities across industries, our young alumna emerge ready to meet the competitive challenges of the design workplace.
Congratulations to Moore MFA Interior Design students Sonia Benner and Jocelyn Eisenstaedt for winning third place as a team in the HOK Futures Design Challenge competition.