• Ferruccio Babarcich


    I have been working as an interior designer for commercial and residential projects for 35 years. My early project involvement was in commercial design in space planning, construction documentation and project management. For the last twenty years I specialized in custom cabinets for high end residential projects mostly in New York City and the south fork of Long island. Recently I decided to pursue designing micro-living interiors focusing on functional and trans-formative spaces.

    I have been teaching at Parsons for almost 30 years. I am currently teaching the Commercial Interior Design class in the fall and spring as well as Residential Interior Design in the summer. Over the years, I have taught various classes among those have been drafting for interior design, kitchen and bath design, graphic presentation which included perspective and rendering as well as construction documents.


    Degrees Held:

    BS, Art Education and Studio Art, NYU;

    AAS, Interior Design, Parsons School of Design

    Professional Affiliations:

    Professional Member, ASID in New Jersey


    Research Interests:

    interior design

    Current Courses:

    Interior Design (Spring 2021)

    Residential Interior Design (Open Campus)

    Residential Interior Design (Open Campus)