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MEGAN PAUL

4th Year Interior Design

Megan is currently serving as the ASID Student Chapter President, is a member of the University of Arkansas Honors College, and is involved in Freedom by Design. She has experience interning at a local furniture dealership, Innovative Business Interiors, as well as DLR Group in Seattle. Megan spent a semester abroad in Rome, where she gained a stronger appreciation for diversity and culture, as well as building intellectual curiosity about the world and its occupants. Her project “Ripple” was nominated by reviewers to be submitted to the Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship Competition. She is motivated by a passion to improve the world around us, through occupant-focused design. She is interested in pursuing Workplace, Cultural and Performing Arts Centers, and Hospitality design.

Pigment Eco Fashion House / Rome, Italy / Fall 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Office / Tehran, Iran / Spring 2021

Ripple Community Center / Fayetteville, Arkansas / Fall 2020

Attachment Concept Study / Fashion + Architecture / Fall 2021

Ripple Community Center / Fayetteville, Arkansas / Fall 2020

The Forestry / Rome, Italy / Fall 2021

Concept Collage / Altered Vaults / Fall 2019

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Office / Tehran, Iran / Spring 2021

Pigment Eco Fashion House / Rome, Italy / Fall 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Office / Tehran, Iran / Spring 2021