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Leah Brown

I am an Interior Design Associate at Array Architects with a sustainability design focus. I earned my Bachelor degree in Interior Design from Buffalo State College (SUNY) and my Master degree in Sustainable Design from Philadelphia University. During my five years with Array, I have developed expertise in the planning and design of large-scale replacement and renovation projects – including those dedicated to oncology and long-term acute care services. I have facilitated projects from $15 to $250 million in construction value, and I work directly with hospital staff to ensure their organization’s values, business goals and project expectations are achieved.
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Maintaining Interior Design Standards – NCIDQ Exam Grader Reflections

Posted by Leah Brown on Nov 21, 2014 at 10:29 AM

Recently I had the opportunity to serve on the National Grading Panel for the Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Spring 2014 Grading Session.

The Exam

Passing the NCIDQ exam distinguishes its successful candidates as trained interior designers versus those without formal education or interior decorators who call themselves interior designers, since, unlike architecture, many states still do not have legislation requiring interior designers to be licensed or titled.

NCIDQ-Certified designers must pass the NCIDQ Examination, which consists of three parts: two multiple-choice sections and a practicum section.

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Topics: interior design, design careers, NCIDQ exam