Celebration of the life of Michael Boyd
DEA Gallery

Celebration of the life of Michael Boyd, DEA Professor Emeritus and artist (1936 - 2015). MVR 1250 Gallery Feb. 6, 2016.

JUUL: A Celebration of Light
DEA 2750 Lighting Design Studio Gallery

JUUL: A Celebration of Light, is a exhibition in the DEA light lab presented by DEA 2750- Lighting Design : Light InForming Space. This exhibition celebrates the opening of the DEA Light Lab and innovative lighting design solutions by students.

IIDA + Herman Miller 6th Annual Video Contest
1st Place Winner

Congratulations to the winners of the Herman Miller and IIDA 2015 Student Video Contest: 1st Place—The Future Classroom—Ethan Arnowitz + Kendra Hayes, Cornell University The theme of the Student Video Contest 2015 was "What's Next in Learning Space"

Annmarie Adams, Hillier Lecturer
Hillier Lecture
Annmarie Adams, Director School of Architecture McGill University

This annual lecture is presented by the Department of Design + Environmental Analysis (DEA) as a gift from the Hillier family to promote discourse between interior design and architecture. This year Annmarie Adams, Director School of Architecture McGill University, gave a lecture on the history and importance of ventilation in hospitals. During the Hillier lecture, annual DEA student awards are also presented.

2015 Cornell Charter Day Installation
Project by DEA Studio "Shift"

Charter Day Weekend had some Big Red spirit thanks to the work of DEA design studio “Shift.” Led by DEA senior lecturer Rhonda Gilmore, the class project seeks to add a student signature to Charter Day Weekend. “I wanted to mark this moment in time for the student population,” she said. Throughout the weekend, Studio Shift students handed out red ribbons in libraries and dining halls for their peers to tie to their backpacks, hoping students will post photos with the ribbons and using the social media hashtag #TheNext150. Red ribbons were also placed on trees and buildings around campus, sparking red spirit throughout the campus.



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