Next Generation Shows Skills at USC’s Furniture Design Class

Students, professors, and judges gathered with architect David Martin (front row, fourth from the left) at the University of Southern California to review the work of students in the School of Architecture's furniture design class. Photography by Art Gray.

In 2005, renowned architect David Martin established a furniture design class at the University of Southern California’s School of Architecture in Los Angeles. Combining architecture, design, craftsmanship, and the maker movement, the class charges students with creating a chair and table.

Now under the direction of R. Scott Mitchell, associate director of architectural practice, this year’s class numbered 30 students, all of whom presented their results to peers and judges on campus. Interior Design has been a judge since the program’s inception and here we showcase a selection of designs by the makers of the future.

Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray. 
Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray.
Photography by Art Gray.

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