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Design and Style

Multidisciplinary Effort Aims to Create ‘Neurodiverse Furniture’ for Jefferson’s Honickman Center
It’s never too early to brainstorm ways to ‘improve lives’ for Jefferson students and patients.
How Can Fashion Design Students Help Fix the Textile Waste Crisis?
Through a new sustainability course, they become part of the solution.
Showcased at New York Fashion Week, Alum Pays Homage to 1980s LGBTQ Community
Recent grad Lucas Circello evolved as a fashion designer and embarked on a journey of self-discovery while creating senior collection.
Photos: Design Center Highlights for Hispanic Heritage Month
Curator Jade Papa selects some favorite pieces from Jefferson’s textile and costume collection.
There’s Treasure Everywhere at the Design Center
Jefferson’s textile and costume collection features 150,000 pieces with some objects dating back to the 4th century.
How Can Interdisciplinary Collaboration Best Serve the Growing Healthcare Needs of Africa?
Bridging the gap between the medical and design professions.
Designing a Prosthetic to Help Surfers Catch a Wave
Two industrial design students create a low-cost, waterproof prosthetic that increases ankle mobility for adaptive surfers.
CABE Team Awaits Results of International Design Competition
Many of the 11 students have graduated, but remain focused on the Solar Decathlon China 2021 competition.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Game Development
As a senior environment artist for Sledgehammer Games, architecture alumnus Eli Tuttle works on the blockbuster Call of Duty series.
Kanbar to Host Pre-College Textile Design Workshop for High School Students
The week-long ‘Design Identity’ offering will give participants a chance to ‘explore a creative path for their college experience.’
CABE to Host Summer Design Program for High School Juniors and Seniors
The three-week academy aims to ‘expand a community of more diverse designers in schools and into the industry.’