Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 10, 2007
LocalEdu.com, an online resource that provides location-specific school information, recently highlighted Houston, Texas as an ideal area of opportunity for interior design students (http://localedu.com/state/texas/interior-design-career-houston-texas.php). A recent statewide boom in construction and development projects has made Texas an excellent setting for interior design students looking for leading hands-on educational opportunities.
A bill that passed in 2003 has freed up finances for many Texas public universities pursuing new construction projects, like the two latest multi-million dollar additions to the Stephen F. Austin State University campus in Nacogdoches, Texas. The announcement of the Austonian project -- a 55-story luxury high-rise condominium building -- is the most recent example of the new urbanization plans for downtown Austin, another major city in Texas witnessing increasing demand for interior designers.
Local Education columnist Amy Fanter provides an alluring description of Houston as a growing hub for interior designers in her article "Launch Your Interior Design Degree in Houston, Texas."
"Because the greater Houston area covers more land than any other city in the country, this large, ethnically diverse, vibrant city offers a variety of housing options ranging from historic residences to urban loft-style apartments…This means plentiful opportunities for those looking to obtain both an interior design degree and ample on-the-job experiences"
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