The Department of Interior Architecture & Industrial Design (IAID) at Kansas State University presents, Made in Manhattan, an exhibition of the best recent work and initiatives to emerge from the IAID program and bring the next generation of ideas to Kansas City Design Week. IAID is a multi-disciplinary department that offers two master's degree paths: Interior Architecture (MIARC) and Industrial Design (MINDD). Our innovative curricula prepare students to become professional leaders in their industry through a design process grounded in thinking, designing, and making, positioning them to shape the places we live and work and the products we use every day. The exhibit highlights projects from each of the three core aspects of our curriculum, Interior Architecture, Furniture Design, and Industrial Design. Projects from across year levels of the program showcase the depth and breadth of 2D and 3D student work recently Made in Manhattan. Open Studio Night on Friday, April 14th, will anchor this exhibition. The opening will serve as a forum to engage the Kansas City design industry, alumni, and the academy in dialogues about design across scales and disciplines that build and strengthen connections to the broader design community.
Made in Manhattan is a special event organized and presented by the IAID Program at K-State for KC Design Week!
We have selected each “outsource” event to deliver something new, something cutting-edge, something unforgettable, and something delightful to add to our schedule. KC Design Week appreciates the IAID Program for their enthusiastic participation!
These events are presented FREE of charge, but advance registration is REQUIRED.