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What is interior architecture, and why is it so important?

Life of an Architect Podcast

What is interior architecture, and why is it so important?

By Andrew Hawkins, AIA | July 25, 2022

Architecture is a field with a wide variety of possible pathways and careers. In episode 105 of Life of an Architect, architects Bob Borson, FAIA, Andrew Hawkins, AIA, and Joey Shimoda, FAIA, FIIDA, focus their attention on the closely related field of interior architecture. What is interior architecture, and why is it so important? Get ready to learn all about this branch of design. 

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