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Interior Design Resource Lab

The Interior Design Resource Lab serves as a workroom and reference lab devoted to students learning about interior design, architecture and sustainable building elements.

The lab provides organized storage for building material samples, interior finish samples, reference books and product literature for interior design students to utilize in their coursework.

In 2005, the lab was established to support a hands-on learning experience for students and to develop an information center for sustainable design that will integrate all academic departments on campus.

The Interior Design Resource Lab is managed by student volunteers in the interior design program. It is open to all students, staff and faculty at Marylhurst University.

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