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The Art Institute of Colorado Interior Design Instructor Authors Article

By: The Art Institutes

October 20, 2015

(Denver, October 2015) Patrick Soran, interior design instructor at The Art Institute of Colorado, authored an article for LUXE Magazine. Below is a link to the article. 

https://www.luxesource.com/luxedaily/article/a-minimalist-austin-abode-connects-with-its-lush-l#search?q=larue%20Austin&type=design 

Patrick Soran has been teaching interior design at The Art Institute of Colorado for thirteen years. He graduated University of Colorado Boulder with a Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1980, and received his Master of Architecture from University of Colorado Denver in 1982. He has been a licensed architect since 1985. Patrick supported himself as a home and travel writer for twelve years. He has been published in regional newspapers and magazines including the New Yorker, Bride's and Robb Report. He has written for luxe interiors & design since their launch in Colorado in 2002.  Soran teaches his Residential Design class how a project team comes to a design from different perspectives. His Presentation Techniques class shows students the relationship between text and image. 


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By: The Art Institutes

October 20, 2015