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2019 ASID National Awards honors designers making an impact within industry

The American Society of Interior Designers ​(ASID) National Awards recognize design professionals who have shown immense dedication and commitment to enhancing the industry and have created a significant, impactful body of work throughout the course of their careers. The winners of the 2019 ASID National Awards are: ​Primo Orpilla​, co-founder of Studio O+A (Designer of Distinction); ​Healthy Building Network (Design for Humanity), Rosalyn​ Cama,​ FASID, EDAC, president of Cama, Inc. (Design Innovation), and Stephanie​ Clemons,​ Ph.D., FASID, FIDEC, professor and coordinator of the Interior Architecture + Design Program at Colorado State University (​Nancy Vincent McClelland Merit).

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ASID honors top student designers with the 2019 Student Portfolio Competition

The American Society of Interior Designers (​ASID) named the winners of the ​ASID Student Portfolio Competition as part of its ​SCALE National Student Summit held in New York earlier last month. Sponsored by Benjamin Moore, the competition generates the best collection of student design projects in the nation and selects winners and finalists based on conceptual thought, content and quality of submitted work, and the student’s ability to articulate their process. With over 230 engaged students in 2019, the jury selected 12 finalists and five winners.

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ASID Announces 2018 National Honors Recipients

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is pleased to announce its 2018 National Honors recipients. The National Honors recognize outstanding service to the Society, its chapters, and the design community. “Each year, countless volunteers contribute to the success of the Society’s chapters and mission,” said Randy Fiser, Hon. FASID, ASID CEO. “This year we are recognizing nine individuals and one chapter who have made an exemplary impact on their chapters and communities.”

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ASID Foundation to Award 2018 Transform Grants

Interior environments shape the experiences we have each day and have a resounding impact on our lives. In creating these environments, designers look to research to implement evidence-based design solutions. Through the seventh annual Transform Grants, the ASID Foundation (ASIDF) will continue its mission to benefit the health, safety, and welfare of the public by funding research projects that demonstrate the impact of design on the human experience. All are welcome to submit proposals through June 27, 2018.

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ASID Announces 2018 Fellows and Honorary Fellows

Each year, the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) bestows the title of Fellow and Honorary Fellow to individuals who demonstrate outstanding service and contributions to the Society, the profession, and the interior design industry. Fellowship is the highest distinction a member can receive from ASIDrecognizes those who are not interior designers but have made outstanding contributions to the profession through their careers and their commitment to ASID and to the interior design industry.

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American Society of Interior Designers Announces 2018 ASID National Award Winners

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is honored to announce the recipients of the 2018 ASID National Awards. Each year, ASID celebrates those who advance the interior design profession and showcase the impact of design to positively change people’s lives. The National Awards represent the highest level of professional recognition bestowed by the Society on individuals and organizations.

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The American Society of Interior Designers Announces Student Award Winners

In its third year, The ASID Student Portfolio Competition generates the best collection of student design projects in the nation. Submissions are evaluated on conceptual thought, content of work submitted, and the student’s record of achievement. Judging includes two rounds of online reviews and one round of finalist interviews at SCALE. The 2018 experience culminated at SCALE, where finalists presented their portfolios to a panel of judges in the hope of securing a 2018 internship with Benjamin Moore, Gensler, HKS Architects, HOK, Humanscale, ICRAVE, Perkins+Will, or Studio O+A,

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The American Society of Interior Designers announces Ones to Watch Awardees

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is pleased to announce the first awardees in the ASID Ones to Watch program, an initiative that seeks to ensure that diversity is reflected at all levels of the design industry. The honorees have the potential to lead the interior design industry into the future, and to develop strong management careers along the way.

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2017 ASID Foundation Transform Grant recipients announced

“The research of the 2017 Transform Grant recipients will broaden interior design knowledge on two key issues: how design can impact low-income seniors who wish to age in place, and how it can help young adults with developmental issues live a better life,” said ASID Foundation Chair Patrick Schmidt, FASID. “The results have the potential to improve well-being for all and to strengthen the knowledge base for all who design spaces.”

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