Teaching Real-World Problem Solving

Image & Article Courtesy of Sara Pepitone at INTERIOR DESIGN

New ways to view design through real world learning opportunities.  Khoi Vo of Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) has added new programs to its curriculum to include this type of learning.

In one such project—dubbed Interdisciplinary Collaboration Studios—students in advertising, architecture, fashion, furniture design, graphic design, marketing management and service design worked with Benetton’s interior design department to design a new flagship store. SCAD students participate in about 50 similar projects annually.

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