Transform empty space into a work of functional and beautiful art that makes a positive impact on people's lives.
There is, at the beginning, an empty space - and a world of infinite possibilities. Through a creative process learned in your classes, you begin to visualize and apply elements such as color, texture, form, and light, and that empty space becomes a space of functional and beautiful art. As a Ringling College of Art and Design Interior Design major, you will use the latest version of CADD and visualization software to translate your designs to both real and virtual environments. 

Experience the satisfaction of designing spaces that solve problems, fulfill needs and create visual excitement. Analyze existing spaces and study plans for future buildings, and then help design them as you believe they could and should be. Ringling College's program offers student chapters of the American Society of Interior Designers [ASID], the International Interior Design Association [IIDA] and Emerging Green Builders, [EGB} and is accredited at the first professional degree level by the The Council for Interior Design Accreditation [CIDA], uniquely preparing graduates to enter the professional world of Interior Design.


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Ringling College Interior Design Students Win TWO 2012 Donghia Scholarship Awards

Ringling College Interior Design students Ronel Constantin and Rianna Straw have been chosen as two of the recipients of a scholarship award for $30,000 from the Angelo Donghia Foundation.  The award covers senior year tuition, board and maintenance, books and other requisite student materials.  Ronel and Rianna were chosen out of over 200 competitors, with only 13 scholarships being awarded. 

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Ringling College Interior Design Students Win West Florida Chapter ASID Awards

April 21, 2011 - The West Florida Chapter of the American Society of Interior Design recently announced the winners of their 2011 Student Design Competition - and Ringling College had two winners!

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