Karin Tehve

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Associate Professor Interior Design ktehve@pratt.edu 718.636.3630 p Brooklyn Campus, Pratt Studios 2nd fl

Current Course Listing (2)

Materials Methods Meaning
Wednesday 9:00AM–11:50AM / Brooklyn Campus / Pratt Studios, Room 205

Interior Design Theory and Criticism
Monday 1:00PM–3:50PM / Brooklyn Campus / Engineering Building, Room 117

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B.Arch., Pennsylvania State University; M.Arch., Harvard University Graduate School of Design.


Karin Tehve is an Associate Professor of Interior Design at Pratt Institute, where she coordinates the theory and undergraduate thesis curriculum. She has taught graduate and undergraduate studios, as well as theory and representation courses. Her own research and writing concentrates on taste,media and identity, and their intersection with the public realm. Karin founded her practice KT3Dllc in 2001 pursuing projects in architecture, interiors, and site‐specific art. Her most recent publication is “Interiors for and on Display” in Interiors Beyond Architecture (editors Deborah Schneiderman and Amy Campos, Routledge, 2018). She has lectured internationally in peer-reviewed conferences, including IDEC, ACSA and Common Ground: International Conference on The Image.