Interior Environmental Design (INTD) has a studio classroom with 20 drafting tables and a large matt cutter. This room is used for all INTD classes except CAD. The studio classroom and the sample room are connected so students can move between these rooms when working on assignments.
There is also a large sample room that includes a collection of various interior materials for student use, interior design catalogues, product information, a blue-print machine, a computer connected to the Internet and a large format plotter. Students are allowed to use this room for preparing sample boards, for research and for printing their CAD work.
The Interior Environmental Design program has its own gallery space, which is located just off of the studio classroom. This space has a 2-story window that provides light and a view onto the Brackenridge Villa. The gallery walls are used to hang student work for exhibition and for critiquing. Additional display cases are available in the building and portable display walls can also be used for exhibitions.
The CAD course is taught in a computer lab in a new computer lab located in the Joyce Building. INTD students have access to AutoCAD outside of the classroom in other locations. The computer in the sample room has AutoCAD and is connected to a large format printer. Eleven computers in the Media Center in the Mabee Library also have it. The Media Center is open seven days a week, which allows students access to the program for outside class assignments.