Alexis Murphy


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Embracing the elements of design with the elements of nature.

Healthy interiors must draw inspiration from nature through its light, color, and sustainability; creating therapeutic spaces for all users. It is crucial to bridge the gap between all fields of design and cultures, bringing the innovations of healthy interiors to our homes, businesses, hospitals, and all aspects of the design process.


My name is Alexis Murphy and I am from the Greater Houston Area. I am a graduate of the Interior Design program at Lone Star College at Kingwood, Texas; where I was the Vice President and President of the Interior Design Student Chapter from 2011-2013. I completed my internship with Walker Zanger in Houston and decided it was in my best interest as a student and a designer to pursue my bachelor’s degree. I transferred to Stephen F. Austin State University in 2014, I will be completing my final interior design courses this May and graduating in December after the completion of my on-line general courses.

I hope to one day after gaining experience in interior design completing my NCIDQ & LEED ID+C, to return to SFA and get my Master’s Degree in Interior Design. I wish to gain more experience before to make an informed decision on Mastering in Interior Design as a General Field or to Master in Healthcare Design. I feel drawn to Healthcare Interior Design and want to eventually work for a large commercial firm that will give me the opportunity to learn and grow. I am very passionate about Sustainable Design, and know that no matter what I do, I wish to pursue harmony with our designs and nature. The other reason for pursuing a Master’s Degree, is I hope to one day teach Interior Design.

I am currently looking for an internship in the Greater Houston Area.

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