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Laurilyn Hall

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Department Head, Department of Design
Division of Art and Design
School of Fine Arts and Communication



  • MFA, Interior Architecture and Design, Academy of Art University
  • BA, Interior Design, Bob Jones University


  • Advanced Design Studio (IAD 410)
  • BIM & Graphics Technology (IAD 203)
  • Building Systems & Codes (IAD 303)
  • Interior Architecture & Design Internship (IAD 420)
  • Introduction to Interior Architecture (IAD 101)
  • Professional Practices (IAD 400)
  • Residential Design Studio-EXP (IAD 200)
  • Spatial Development & Human Behavior (IAD 105)

About Laurilyn

Mrs. Hall joined the Art and Design faculty in 2010.  A graduate of Bob Jones University, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design in 2004.  Following graduation, Mrs. Hall joined BJU’s Marketing Communications team and served as Photo Director, for six years.  In 2014, she completed a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture and Design from San Francisco’s Academy of Art University. 

Since joining the Interior Design faculty, Mrs. Hall has re-engineered the  the BFA program and broadened its emphasis from traditional interior design to an integrated study that combines key tennants of both architecture and interior design. The freshly branded Interior Architecture+Design BFA program balances the science of architecture with the art of design to meet a specific and highly-valued combination of skills for today's commercial and custom, residential building industries.

In addition to her academic responsibilities, Mrs. Hall is the owner and principal at Thrive Architectural Interiors LLC and designs for both residences and businesses in the Greenville area. Mrs. Hall is an Allied Educator Member with IIDA.