ASID Update


On the road to recovery, understanding client expectations in the new economy will be crucial.

For A&D firms, the mission is clear: It is time to get back to the business of design.

By all accounts, a united interior design profession would markedly expand the power of interior design.

The ‘new normal’ for interior design is complex, collaborative, fast moving, and purposeful.


Evidence-based design will continue to play a prominent role in the creation of health care facilities—particularly in times of economic uncertainty.


Aging-related design is rapidly becoming one of the biggest issues in the industry—and designers can play a key role in improving the quality of life for a maturing population.

The notion of sustainable design has been widely embraced by the A&D community; however, many firms have yet to actually practice it on a wide-scale basis.

Continuing education is a crucial component in advancing the design profession.
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