Students in GW's Interior Architecture and Design program redesign space for local nonprofit

This is a great example of community engaged scholarship, from GW's Interior Architecture and Design program (Columbian College). Nancy Evans and Erica Riggio engaged their students in a redesign of the space for the Homeless Children's Playtime Project headquarters. In addition to applying their design skills, the students collected a stunning $40,000 worth of furniture donations to support the project. Congratulations to faculty and students involved in the project!

The project has been featured in both the GW Hatchet and in The Dupont Current (page 13)