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Become a professional designer for the 21st century, ready to tackle current momentous challenges. Whether as an industry professional or an entrepreneur, you’ll develop design solutions and strategies that innovate and improve life.
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Type
Undergraduate, BID
Credits
126
Duration
4 Years
Courses
Plan of Study
School and Department
School of Design,
Industrial Design
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Industrial Design at Pratt

Pratt Industrial Design students become designers, artists, educators, entrepreneurs, researchers, and corporate leaders — diversity fostered by a program that encourages exploration and professional growth. You’ll begin with grounding courses in drawing, color, 3-D form, model making, and digital computer skills, and design studios that introduce you to critical thinking, problem solving, and environmental responsibility. During junior and senior year, specialized studios focus on your individual areas of interest such as product design, furniture, tabletop, food design, athletic gear, or exhibition design.

Student Work

The Experience

Roll feed setup with the Zünd digital cutter for the non-stop automatization of cutting shields for attachment to a 3D-printed visor

The design studio is at the core of your educational experience at Pratt. It is a creative space and a community in microcosm, from which we connect to the larger community. We believe education takes place in the studio and the classroom and that the work in the studio benefits the student’s growth equally. Working with tools and materials in the studio deepens knowledge of the opportunities inherent in form-making and design exploration.

Maker Spaces and Labs

Sustainability, material exploration, and methods of production drive our passion for making. We are hands-on and immersive; any student of design can discover, iterate and refine their investigations through the use of our many labs. Learn more

Capstone Project

In your senior year, you’ll complete a cap­stone project focused on an area of your interest which is a first milestone towards your future professional practice. The capstone studio project is presented at the annual design show, a public event attended by industry leaders and potential employers. Pratt Shows 2023.

Study Abroad

Isamu Noguchi sculpture, Keio University's Art Center, Japan
Isamu Noguchi sculpture, Keio University’s Art Center, Japan

Immersing yourself in another culture is an incredible experience that can extend the boundaries of creativity. Study abroad programs are an integral part of the college experience, and Pratt has deep connections with university partners around the world. See where you can go.

Learning Resources

We develop disciplinary fluency in our program of study and we celebrate the interdisciplinary nature of design critical to address the plurality and complexity of the environments in which we operate. Learn more.

Our Faculty

Pratt’s distinguished faculty of outstanding creative professionals and scholars share a common desire to fully develop each student’s individual potential and creativity. The faculty come from diverse educational and professional backgrounds representing the breadth of Industrial Design’s complexity. This multiplicity of views and experiences provide for a tailored education that is as unique as each of the students. See the full list of Industrial Design faculty and administrators.

Amanda Huynh

Assistant Professor

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Karol Murlak

Professor; SCPS Lecturer

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Michael Sarno

Visiting Assistant Professor; SCPS Lecturer

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Our Alumni

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Industrial Design alumni have risen to the tops of their fields in product design, exhibition design, health and wellness industry, academia, transportation, government, community development and advanced research.

Where They Work

  • Creative Director of Brand Strategy, General Motors
  • Executive Director, Smart Design
  • Creative Director, Tumi
  • Director of Design Development, Bioforcetech Corp
  • Executive Director, Global Visual Merchandising at The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.

Ready for More?

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  • Pratt Admitted Students Day in 40 seconds!#

We had a blast bringing admitted students to explore campus this past weekend. Tell us your favorite thing about campus in the comments!

#PrattInstitute #pratt #brooklyn #ClintonHill
  • The Student Design Marketplace provides our talented student community an opportunity to display and sell their work! Organized by the Pratt Student Government Association (@Pratt_SGA), students in all disciplines are invited to set up stalls and sell their exceptional work including posters, stickers, prints, jewelry, sculptures and so much more. 

See your work or an artist you recognize? Drop a tag in the comments!
  • Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
  • Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
  • Excitement is in the air as our 3rd annual Pratt Giving Day kicks off today! We are thrilled to announce that a generous donor has pledged to unlock $5,000 if 100 donors make their gift by 1PM. Hit the link in our bio.

Will you accept the challenge and be one of the first 100 donors to contribute to Pratt Giving Day? Every donation, no matter the size, helps us reach our goal of supporting creative expression and education at Pratt Institute.
  • Congratulations to all our newly admitted students! Visit the link in our profile for next steps, Admitted Students' Day information, and more ways to get to know our community! You’re one of us now. Welcome to Pratt!

#PrattInstitute #Pratt #Brooklyn
  • Some architects know who they are from a very early age.

Video: Kerry Richardson, MArch '26 (@kerryrichardsonn)
  • A Women's History Month Throwback! Rosabel Robbins was the only woman in this School of Architecture course in 1937. 

📸 Photo of a newspaper clipping from the September 10, 1937 issue of 
@BklynEagle

#WomensHistoryMonth
  • We are saddened to hear of New York design icon Iris Apfel's passing at 102. For over 50 years, Apfel and her distinctive look championed self-expression and exuberant style at any age. 

Apfel was presented with the Pratt Legend Award in 2014 in recognition of her status as a creative icon including her work as an interior designer, which included restoration projects at the White House under nine presidents and, at 93 years old, consulted and lectured about style and fashion in addition to designing her own accessory line for Home Shopping Network (HSN).

Thank you so much for being a rare bird in our city, Iris!

Image: 2014 Legend Honorees Iris Apfel, David Yurman, and Kim Hastreiter.
Pratt Admitted Students Day in 40 seconds!# We had a blast bringing admitted students to explore campus this past weekend. Tell us your favorite thing about campus in the comments! #PrattInstitute #pratt #brooklyn #ClintonHill
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The Student Design Marketplace provides our talented student community an opportunity to display and sell their work! Organized by the Pratt Student Government Association (@Pratt_SGA), students in all disciplines are invited to set up stalls and sell their exceptional work including posters, stickers, prints, jewelry, sculptures and so much more. See your work or an artist you recognize? Drop a tag in the comments!
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Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity.

Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change.

#PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelson (@MarcusCooks) and activist and educator Tony Hillery (@TonyHillery/@HarlemGrown) joined us recently for a powerful discussion on food equity. Moderated by Industrial Design faculty member Amanda Huynh (@AmandaHuynh), the conversation explored the many ways food is foundational to culture, health, and flourishing communities, as well as how race, class, and justice issues come to bear on food access and equity. Part of Pratt's Design Equity initiative, the event showcased how design innovates solutions to food equity challenges and how food is a catalyst for change. #PrattInstitute #DesignEquity #FoodEquity #NewYorkCity
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Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs!

Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows).

The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. 

Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals
Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216
Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
Pratt has gone to the dogs! Each year the Pratt Community Engagement Board (@PrattCBoard) organizes activities and service projects during spring break. This year we kicked things off with a night of pet therapy and dog toy making benefiting Pillows for Paws (@PillowsForPaws), a trip to Tompkins Square Park to work with @LESEcologyCenter on re-mulching the garden beds, and a morning with Edible Schoolyard (@ESYNYC) prepping the garden beds at PS 216 in Gravesend, Brooklyn (@PS216Grows). The chicken had no comment on the Pratt Cats' feelings about dogs on campus. Images 1-4: Pet therapy animals Images 5-7: Students work at PS 216 Images 8-10: Thompkins Square Park
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Excitement is in the air as our 3rd annual Pratt Giving Day kicks off today! We are thrilled to announce that a generous donor has pledged to unlock $5,000 if 100 donors make their gift by 1PM. Hit the link in our bio.

Will you accept the challenge and be one of the first 100 donors to contribute to Pratt Giving Day? Every donation, no matter the size, helps us reach our goal of supporting creative expression and education at Pratt Institute.
Excitement is in the air as our 3rd annual Pratt Giving Day kicks off today! We are thrilled to announce that a generous donor has pledged to unlock $5,000 if 100 donors make their gift by 1PM. Hit the link in our bio. Will you accept the challenge and be one of the first 100 donors to contribute to Pratt Giving Day? Every donation, no matter the size, helps us reach our goal of supporting creative expression and education at Pratt Institute.
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Congratulations to all our newly admitted students! Visit the link in our profile for next steps, Admitted Students' Day information, and more ways to get to know our community! You’re one of us now. Welcome to Pratt! #PrattInstitute #Pratt #Brooklyn
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Some architects know who they are from a very early age. Video: Kerry Richardson, MArch '26 (@kerryrichardsonn)
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A Women's History Month Throwback! Rosabel Robbins was the only woman in this School of Architecture course in 1937. 

📸 Photo of a newspaper clipping from the September 10, 1937 issue of 
@BklynEagle

#WomensHistoryMonth
A Women's History Month Throwback! Rosabel Robbins was the only woman in this School of Architecture course in 1937. 📸 Photo of a newspaper clipping from the September 10, 1937 issue of @BklynEagle #WomensHistoryMonth
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We are saddened to hear of New York design icon Iris Apfel's passing at 102. For over 50 years, Apfel and her distinctive look championed self-expression and exuberant style at any age. 

Apfel was presented with the Pratt Legend Award in 2014 in recognition of her status as a creative icon including her work as an interior designer, which included restoration projects at the White House under nine presidents and, at 93 years old, consulted and lectured about style and fashion in addition to designing her own accessory line for Home Shopping Network (HSN).

Thank you so much for being a rare bird in our city, Iris!

Image: 2014 Legend Honorees Iris Apfel, David Yurman, and Kim Hastreiter.
We are saddened to hear of New York design icon Iris Apfel's passing at 102. For over 50 years, Apfel and her distinctive look championed self-expression and exuberant style at any age. Apfel was presented with the Pratt Legend Award in 2014 in recognition of her status as a creative icon including her work as an interior designer, which included restoration projects at the White House under nine presidents and, at 93 years old, consulted and lectured about style and fashion in addition to designing her own accessory line for Home Shopping Network (HSN). Thank you so much for being a rare bird in our city, Iris! Image: 2014 Legend Honorees Iris Apfel, David Yurman, and Kim Hastreiter.
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