Interior Design Resources

Interior Design Organizations

Interiors & Sources works with several interior design professional associations as well as the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, which accredits professional-level interior design programs. To learn about their missions and programs, contact them or click their Web site links below.

 

American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID)
1602 L Street, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 877-224-4360
Fax: 202-721-0221
Web: www.aahid.org



American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
608 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC  20002
Tel: 202-546-3480
Fax: 202-546-3240
E-mail: asid@asid.org
Web: www.asid.org



Council for Interior Design Accreditation (formerly FIDER)
206 Grandville Ave., Suite 350
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4014
Tel: 616-458-0400
Fax: 616-458-0460
E-mail: info@accredit-id.org
Web: www.accredit-id.org



Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC)
9100 Purdue Road, Suite 200
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Tel: 317-328-4437
Fax: 317-280-8527
E-mail: info@idec.org
Web: www.idec.org



Interior Designers of Canada (IDC)
C536-43 Hanna Ave.
Toronto, ON  M6K 1X1
Tel: 416-649-4425
Fax: 416-921-3660
E-mail: info@interiordesigncanada.org
Web: www.interiordesigncanada.org



International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
222 Merchandise Mart, Suite 567
Chicago, IL 60654
Tel: 312-467-1950
Fax: 312-467-0779
E-mail: iidahq@iida.org
Web: www.iida.org


ASID Update

Stephanie Clemons, board chair at ASID, talks about the importance of research as the interior design industry is poised for more substantial growth.

IIDA Bulletin

Julio Braga takes a look at Latin America, a location that has yet to fully define itself.

EnvironDesign Notebook
11/28/2012
From seating to flooring, PCRs, LCAs and EPDs work together to help you compare and specify green products. Here’s what you need to know about the process.
10/25/2012
Architects and interior designers don’t have to choose between sustainability, design and acoustic needs—now they can have all three.
09/26/2012
With a fifth public comment period on the horizon, the USGBC’s Scot Horst explains the initial pushback against LEED 2012 and what led to its transformation into LEED v4.
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