Why IIDA Matters?
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) is a voluntary membership organization comprised of students and professional interior designers practicing worldwide. The Association and its 30 Chapters are committed to enhancing the quality of life through excellence in interior design and advancing interior design through knowledge, value and community.
IIDA advocates for recognition of professional interior design practitioners and their unique body of knowledge and spectrum of services at local, state and federal levels; nurtures a global interior design community; maintains high educational standards; and supports its Members and the Profession with visionary leadership.
What can we do as a Chapter to better serve our members and the interior design profession in Southern California? Whether you are a student, an established or emerging professional we’d like to hear from you.
Let’s take a look at what the interior design students of Radford University have to say about Why Interior Design Matters and how it affects local, regional and global economies….
Watch ‘Why Interior Design Matters‘
Video Authors: Radford University Interior Design students Kate Croy, Lauren Reinhard, Kelsey Keller, Lory Marsocci, and Anna Beydoun won first place for this video entry in the IDEC Interior Design Education video competition.Back to Blog