USING NATURE TO REDESIGN PLACES OF WORSHIP IN MUNCIE, IN
This project integrates environment, economy, and society to develop more sustainable and healthy places of community worship. Adhering to the professional code of ethics for interior design and construction management (health, safety, and welfare), undergraduate students from the Interior Design (ID) and Construction Management (CM) programs will manage an active, engaged, learner-centered environment as they explore Muncie’s diversity of cultures and faith traditions to redesign two places of worship in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Instructors: Dr. Sarah Angne Alfaro and Dr. Sherif Attallah, Department of Construction Management and Interior Design
IDES 225, CM 262, IDES 324, CM 261