Liza Kuhn is a graduate of the MFA Interior Design Program at Parsons School of Design and of the BA Architecture Program at Princeton University. She has served as adjunct faculty at Parsons since 2018, where she has taught courses on architectural history and theory, professional practice in interior design, interior design representation, and space planning for interiors. Publications include a writing in the first issue of Interior Educators, and recent design press includes features in Domino, Guest of a Guest and Cosmo. Liza founded her design studio in 2015 (www.lizakuhninteriors.com), whose work focuses in the residential and boutique hospitality sectors, with project scopes ranging from interior architecture, through the design and decorating phases.
MFA Interior Design (Parsons The New School for Design)
BA Architecture (Princeton University)
"The Front Door: Interfacing Interior and Exterior Domains"
Interior Educators, Edges: Issue 1, September 2017
Basic Interior Space Planning (Open Campus)
Interior Design Basic Core (Open Campus)
Interior Design Basic Core (Spring 2019)
Prof Practices: Interior Des (Open Campus)
Prof Practices: Interior Des (Spring 2019)