As a May 2013 graduate in interior design at Cornell University, I am interested in securing a full-time position of employment. After researching many firms and job positions, I can see myself being very effective and engaged while working in any area of the design field.
The Design and Environmental Analysis major at Cornell has a commitment to sustainablility, ergonomics, and research based design that make its program stand out. Cornell taught design from an angle that not only sets my skills apart, but also allows me to think about design from the perspective of human-environment relations.
While at Cornell, I completed several projects that required site research, architectural programming, space planning, construction documents, and renderings. For one of my recent projects, a joined liquid work space and hostel, I developed all phases of the design process, beginning with a full programming document, contracts, site analysis, branding, and all related concepts. The final deliverables included a large programming document, project booklet, and construction documents, all conveying a creative and refined, professional finished product.
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Bachelors, Design and Environmental Analysis