During the semester course Luxury Residential Interior Architecture and Design taught by adjunct faculty Liliana Korn Custy, Marc Thee (co-founder and principal of Marc Michaels Interior Design, Inc.) has participated as a guest critic for student presentations. He participated both at the beginning of the semester and most recently on Thursday, April 2nd for the students’ third mid-term presentation.
Thee invited Kathryn Dunagan, his firm’s creative and production director, to be a guest critic as well. Thee also prepared an important lecture for Custy’s course regarding the latest trends in residential and penthouse design.
Thee said that he was amazed by the great improvement in the students’ presentations, based on the first time he reviewed them. He considers the FIU students exceptional and he applauds Custy on her work with them.
S. Marc Thee, co-founder and principal of Marc Michaels Interior Design, Inc., is regarded as a leading authority on home fashion and interior design. A graduate of Rollins College, he has been working in the design field since 1983. In 1985 he co-founded Marc-Michaels. Marc heads up the creative efforts of the design staff, focusing primarily on high-end private residential and commercial projects. He travels extensively around the globe to a variety of project sites, where his expertise is in high demand. A talented speaker, he speaks annually at various trade shows and charitable events. Marc and the Boca Raton Interior Design firm have twice been named by Architectural Digest as one of “The Top 100 Designers in the World,” and in 2002, Marc received the “Designer of Distinction Award” from the Design Center of the Americas in Dania. Currently, Marc is in the process of developing his own branded signature line of products. Utilizing his years of experience and creative knowledge, Marc will bring his exciting design ideas to the public in the near future. (Source: Marc Michaels Interior Design, Inc.)