In this podcast, Kelly Jahn tells us about the exciting interior design work she has pursued independently and as part of a variety of transdisciplinary initiatives involving students at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). These design initiatives are helping to address through interior design place-based community resiliency needs, access, adaptive reuse, and the capturing of community memory within the local Rochester community.
Kelly runs her own interior architecture and design firm out of Rochester New York. She’s also the visiting lecturer in the College of Art and Design at RIT.
This podcast is a presentation by the Association of Resilient Campus Design and Innovation (ARCdI). The goal of these podcasts are to allow members to listen in to a collection of planners, designers, leaders, and change agents shaping the future of design and innovation in higher education.