Arielle Assouline-Lichten MArch ’13 was recently interviewed by Interior Design for its 10 Questions With…” series. Founder of multidisciplinary design firm Slash Projects, Assouline-Lichten shares her thoughts on being an activist-designer (including her work with Women in Design at the GSD), launching her own practice, and life as a New York City-based designer. When asked about how studying at the GSD shaped her design sensibilities, Assouline-Lichten replied, “The GSD taught me to harness my abilities and be rigorous in my design methodology. I also explored the physical process of making and set out to use as many tools and machines as possible. Our resources were precious so I wanted to use them while I could. ”

Read the full interview.

Image courtesy of Interior Design.