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Master of Arts In Interior Architecture 2018 Thesis Exhibition

A student presents her Master of Arts In Interior Architecture 2018 Thesis
The M. A. In Interior Architecture graduates present their 2018 thesis exhibition, with a reception on September 13.

Endicott College's Van Loan School Graduate Interior Architecture Thesis Exhibition showcases the expansive range of exploration by 2018 graduating students. These thesis projects represent students’ research, experimentation, critical thinking, and production through visual presentation boards, models and finish materials. 


Master of Arts In Interior Architecture 2018 Thesis Exhibition

August 21 – September 18

Reception:  September 13, 2018

5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Carol Grillo Gallery and Desnoyers Overlook

Summer Gallery Hours:  Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Galleries are closed on:  September 3

Free and open to the public



Endicott College Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts

Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery


The M. A. In Interior Architecture Graduates and their thesis titles:

Lindsey Arthur – Title: Thrive: Interior Work Landscapes; Cheryl Authelet – Title: Fisher Hill at Newbury College: A College Immersion Experience for Students with Language-based Learning Disabilities; Alyssa Garvey  - Title: Human Trafficking Awareness Center;Jamie Hansen – Title: UNIDO: Urban Cultural Space; Dakota Alling Judy – Title: Millennials, Housing and Mixed Use Development; Nicole Noonan – Title: Interweave; Dinesh Ramaswamy - Modern Chettinad.


The Graduate Program in Interior Architecture at Endicott College's Van Loan School has established itself as a leader in preparing graduates to enter the Interior Architecture profession. The progressive curriculum focuses on the design of sustainable interior environments, seeking to create a world where indoor environments balance occupant's health, safety, and well-being and the world's natural resources. Graduates have quickly distinguished themselves within major national and international architectural and interior architectural firms.

We are pleased to share our graduate thesis presentations and contributions to our industry. We are strongly committed to continuing this successful engagement. 

If you would like more information regarding the M.A. in Interior Architecture please contact Myoung Joo Chun, Director of Graduate Interior Architecture Programs, at or 978-232-2545 or Kevin Michael Renz, Associate Dean of the Graduate and Undergraduate Interior Architecture programs, at or 978-232-2202.