ASID Update


The impact of art on the human experience runs much deeper than mere surface appeal


Complex problems require interdisciplinary solutions


ASID's annual Industry Outlook reveals the fastest moving trends influencing the future of interior design.


As we look back on the historical relationship between design and culture, ASID Annual Awards winners are shaping the future


Building knowledge of the profession helps designers grow their businesses


When designing spaces, focus not on how they can be filled but how they can be fulfilling 


Residential learning communities enhance the student experience


As the lines between the spaces we occupy continue to blur, designers should take a lesson from the marketplace


Funny how time flies when you’re getting things done.


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


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


ASID is partnering with the Clinton Global Initiative to help designers specify safer materials and furnishings—and create healthier spaces as a result.


Interior designers need to advocate the value of both qualitative and quantitative advantages of good design.


Research not only lends credibility to the practice, but is paving the way forward in the creation of successful design solutions.


A healthy dissatisfaction with the status quo coupled with a thoughtful approach to design ensures interiors will remain adaptable and impactful in an ever-evolving world.


Whether it’s natural disasters, environmental stewardship, or impacting human health, the power of design can help us overcome virtually any challenge we face to better our natural and built environments.


ASID’s revamped Industry Outlook provides a comprehensive report on interior design today and anticipates its future.


When we exercise our talents and push conceptual boundaries, we can find true joy in our work—and create joyful experiences for our clients and end-users.

Advances in science and technology are changing materials at a rapid pace, but we designers can’t lose sight of the bigger picture.

The complex and diverse trends found in the modern world are influencing the designs of our spaces in ways both big and small.
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