Interior Design

Barbara Bestor Lecture, Monday, April 20th @ 6:30pm

Bellevue College Interior Design Student Association (IDSA) invites you to join us in welcoming inspiring guest lecturer, Barbara Bestor.

Barbara Bestor Lecture

Monday, April 20th, 2015

6:30PM

Room N-201

Barbara Bestor, AIA is Principal of Bestor Architecture and the founding chair of the Graduate program at Woodbury University’s School of Architecture and is now the executive director of the University’s Julius Shulman Institute. Her work is dedicated to the idea that ‘everyone
should experience strange beauty everyday’. She has developed a varied, creative and aesthetically progressive body of work over the last ten years propagating the concept that Architecture can and should be a part of all aspects of our creative community.

The studio recently designed the new headquarters for Los Angeles companies Beats By Dre and Nasty Gal, and an innovative small lot housing complex in Echo Park is in construction. Currently, a variety of custom residences and commercial entities are in design. The Floating Bungalow house in Venice, CA was featured in MOCA’s 2013 survey of contemporary LA architecture.

Barbara Bestor is the author of Bohemian Modern, Living in Silver Lake (Harper Collins, 2006), a book dedicated to the suppressed narrative of informal and eccentric modernism found in Silverlake’s rich domestic architectural history. She is also a partner in Sisters of Los Angeles (SoLA), which creates design-based gifts and housewares for Los Angeles and California.
http://bestorarchitecture.com/

Posted April 9th, 2015

You are invited to the

Bellevue College Department of Interior Design 

Senior Capstone Exhibit

 

Opening Night Reception:

Thursday, March 26, 2015

5:00 – 8:00pm

 

Exhibit on Display:

Friday, March 27th, 2015

& Wednesday, April 1st – Friday, April 3rd, 2015

9:00am – 5:00pm

 

Bellevue College

L Building, Room 126

3000 Landerholm Circle SE, Bellevue, Washington 98007

 

Sponsored by Bellevue College Interior Design Student Association (IDSA)

For more information about IDSA events: https://www.facebook.com/bellevuecollege.idsa

INDES Capstone Poster-Mailer 2-15.pdf

Posted March 9th, 2015

SOMETHING BIG, guest speaker Elena Manferdini – Thursday, March 5 @ 6:30pm

SOMETHING BIG

with guest speaker Elena Manferdini

Thursday, March 5 @ 6:30pm

N-201 @ Bellevue College

Elena Manferdini is an outstanding engineer, architect and designer based out of Venice, California. Principal and owner of Atelier Manferdini, she holds multiple design accreditations and awards, including the Los Angeles COLA Fellowship (2013), the Graham Award for architecture (2011), the ACADIA Innovative Research Award of Excellence (2014), and the United States Artists architecture and design grant (2011).Elena Manferdini

Sponsored by Bellevue College IDSA

https://www.facebook.com/bellevuecollege.idsa

Posted February 25th, 2015

BC Interior Design students: Winning team at the IIDA Northern Pacific Chapter Student Charette

Three Bellevue College Interior Design students were apart of the winning team at the IIDA Northern Pacific Chapter Student Charette. Three Bellevue College Interior Design students were apart of the winning team at the IIDA Northern Pacific Chapter Student Charette. Visit the IIDA website at: http://iida-northernpacific.org/student-charette-winners-a…/

The winning team:
Jennifer Baarley – Bellevue College
Franccesca Parodi – Bellevue College…
Julie Tian – Bellevue College
Kimberly Ellwood – Spokane Falls Community College
Kendra Shea – Art Institute of Seattle

These students will be traveling to Los Angeles in April, to compete with students from the IIDA chapters of Oregon, Northern California, and Southern California.

Congratulations Jennifer, Franccesca, and Julie!

Posted February 25th, 2015

Searching for the Design Soul of Seattle: A Discussion on Modernism in Seattle

Searching for the Design Soul of Seattle: A Discussion on Modernism in Seattle

February 17 @ 6:30 pm (N-building, room 201)

What makes Seattle “Seattle?” As the city has grown from a sleepy, northwest town that few knew much about  to a global name that is recognized around the world, its design has been rooted in a few core ideas.  Join interior designer Steve Turner for a look at Seattle’s regional modernist past, how its manifesting itself today, and what it might tell us about our city’s design future.

Steve Turner is adjunct professor of Modern Architecture & Design at Bellevue College, and an interior designer in the Seattle area.

 

Posted January 29th, 2015