1:1 drawing, design, and communication

New York, NY – August 22, 2018 – The New York School of Interior Design is pleased to announce the opening of 1:1 drawing, design, and communication, on view September 13 – November 10, at NYSID Gallery, 161 East 69 Street, New York City.

Curated by Darling Green with curatorial consultant Judith Gura, the exhibition includes drawings, instructions, objects and interiors from over 20 designers, both historic and contemporary, including Piranese, Gerrit Rietveld, Enzo Mari, Max Lamb, Josef Hoffmann, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Josef Frank, and Katie Stout. This diverse group of designers have made the innovative communication of form central to their practice, and many continue to push the limits of drawing as a medium — branching into three dimensional space, digital renderings, code-based design and beyond. The show will expose both NYSID students and the general public to the varied ways designers have approached communication over the centuries, with a specific focus on the necessities of communicating designs for production and presentation, both for clients and the public at large.

About New York School of Interior Design
New York School of Interior Design is a private, nonprofit college focused exclusively on interior design. The college offers certificate, undergraduate, and graduate programs for students at all stages of their careers—whether they’re just becoming familiar with the discipline, considering a career change, or looking to deepen knowledge in a particular area. Consistently ranked one of the top interior design programs in the United States, students study both residential and commercial interior design, some with specialties in sustainable design, lighting, and healthcare interiors. NYSID students enjoy a small class size and sharp focus, a great deal of personal attention from dedicated faculty, and they go on to practice at the highest levels of the profession. To learn more, visit NYSID.edu.

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Image:
Nathalie Du Pasquier
Room with TV, 1984
Mixed media on paper, courtesy of the artist

Cerchio Textile, 1981
Courtesy of Memphis Milano