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Student talent on display at Symphony Designers’ Show House

The creative work of CCBC Interior Design students was showcased as part of the 41st Annual Symphony Designers’ Show House, a fundraising event sponsored by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra inviting local interior designers to redecorate a room. CCBC’s Interior Design students redesigned two rooms in the “Oakland” mansion, a 1927 estate and former home of Edgar Allan Poe III, located in Baltimore County’s Greenspring Valley. Take a virtual tour of the mansion »

CCBC’s Interior Design Program Coordinator Kimberly Morrison, along with 11 of her students, re-imagined a second floor bedroom at Oakland and converted it into a home designer’s office with custom ceiling panels made at CCBC’s Fab Lab. The team also redecorated an adjacent bathroom.

“Our Interior Design students volunteered for this exciting project,” said Morrison. “They collaborated to develop a concept for presentation and approval by the BSO Show House committee. Upon approval, they refined their concept, selecting and procuring all furniture, finishes, artwork, window treatments, lighting and accessories for each space. It’s a wonderful experience, as the project is treated like a typical interior design project and the student-led committee becomes the project management team.”

CCBC Interior Design Students:

  • Danielle Campbell
  • Lisa Cole
  • Georgia Economakis
  • Mollie Franke
  • Paige Hebert
  • Lizzy Parr
  • Hannah Pilskin
  • Sherrie Rashid
  • Kelly Rego
  • Alisa Robinson
  • Cherish Wilson
  • Eric Ogden (served as CCBC student photographer)