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Cornell Students Coin Interior Design Term
By Aggregated Content in on May 28, 2013
Two seniors from Cornell University have become the first undergraduates to contribute to an interior design project that gives designers and architects a common language for interior design features.
Their "unroom" - spaces in homes and commercial buildings that have no furniture but attract people - will become the 86th entry in the Intypes (Interior Archetypes) Research and Teaching Project, a typology of contemporary interior design practices used throughout history and across cultures that was developed by College of Human Ecology researchers.
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