Charles Gustina is associate professor of interior design at ECU. He earned his BA at Georgetown and MFA from VCU. He studied at Pratt and practiced in New York.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
From Interiors to Apparel: Nature as Teacher

An approach to teaching interior design process based on analysis of natural objects and how this process can be applied to apparel design.

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Light Fantastic: Teaching Introductory Lighting to Interior Designer Students

This paper describes a series of lectures and exercises incorporated into a first year college interior design studio, intended to familiarize students with light as an Element of Design.

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The Creative Engine That Could: The Uphill Climb towards Integrating Creative Contribution into Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Is a cross-disciplinary collaboration more creative if it includes a "creatively-trained" team member, that is, a team member from the realm of art or design?

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