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

Sustainable design is here to stay, but how do we make it better?

IIDA Bulletin

As 2014 closes, we've been thinking a lot about the future at IIDA in terms of how the Association can evolve to meet the design community's needs.

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.
Newsletter Subscriptions
©Copyright 2014 Stamats Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. / Interiors & Sources