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Interior Design Program

Phone: (208) 885-6781
Fax: (208) 885-9428
E-mail: interiordesign@uidaho.edu

College of Art and Architecture
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2451
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2451


The architecture program facilities are strategically located in the heart of campus and share resources with interior design, art and design, virtual technology and design, and landscape architecture.

Students, staff, faculty, and resource centers are housed in six buildings. Two gallery spaces, three critique spaces, a technical shop, design resource center, and computer studio, also support department and college units. The buildings are conveniently located near the university classroom center, the library, administrative offices, recreational facilities, and the University Commons.

Moscow Campus

Design Resource Center (DRC)
The Design Resource Center (DRC) is home to a comprehensive collection of leading industry periodicals and product samples.
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College Computer Studio
Students have access to the tools and resources they need for classroom and studio projects, including the latest hardware and software used in the industry today.
» Explore our Computer Studio
Technical Design Studio
Our state-of-the-art technical shop has all of the tools necessary for studio projects and building sessions.
» Explore our Technical Studio

Boise Campus

Urban Design Center
The Urban Design Center (UDC), located in Boise, is an educational and outreach program of the Architecture and Landscape Architecture programs. Students in the Master of Architecture (M. Arch.) program or Master of Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.) program have the option to study at the UDC, with exceptional opportunities to explore architecture in an urban setting and to collaborate with professional design practitioners.
» Explore the UDC
Integrated Design Lab (IDL)
Operated by the College of Art and Architecture, the IDL in Boise is dedicated to the development of high-performance, energy-efficient buildings in Idaho and eastern Oregon.
» Explore the Integrated Design Lab