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 part time faculty at Parsons since 2018 and has taught interior design studios, professional practice for interior design courses, and most recently a research seminar for the BFA Interior Design capstone thesis project. Publications include a writing in the first issue of Interior Educators, and recent design press includes features in House Beautiful, Dwell, Domino and Interior Design Magazine. Liza founded her full-service interior design studio (Liza Kuhn Interiors) in 2015, whose work focuses in the residential and boutique hospitality sectors, with project scopes ranging from interior architecture, through the design, decorating and overall project management 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 (Summer 2019)
ID Studio 2
Interior Design Basic Core (Open Campus)
Prof Practices: Interior Des
Studio Lab: Research/Writing