Krystal Arnett Henson

Adjunct Faculty

Personal Information

Krystal Arnett Henson, LEED AP ID+C
Chair of Interior Design

Krystal Arnett Henson has been working in the design field for 18 years and her work crosses design genres with projects spanning the interiors, print, web, user interface, and interactive design disciplines. Ms. Arnett Henson is the owner of a full service design studio specializing in distinctive design solutions for individuals, corporations, startups, museums, and non-profits.  

Ms. Arnett Henson holds the designation of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) from the U.S. Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). She strives both personally and professionally to tread more lightly on the earth and help others do the same.

Ms. Arnett Henson has been an adjunct faculty member at the Corcoran since 2007.  She has taught students enrolled in the graduate programs in Interior Design and Exhibition Design as well as Continuing Education.  She enjoys combining her passions for design and sustainability in the classroom to encourage students to embrace a role of environmental stewardship through their work.

Ms. Arnett Henson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts and Art History from the George Washington University and a Master of Arts in Interior Design from the Corcoran. She is an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers.

Degree Title: 
MA Interior Design
College or University: 
The George Washington University
Year Degree Earned: 
1997
College or University: 
Corcoran College of Art + Design
Year Degree Earned: 
2007