Thank you for attending Designing the Future Part II!

Interior Designers Unite! Thank you to everyone who attended Part II of our Advocacy forum. If you missed it, we hope to see you at our next one in 2020. We discussed diverse topics and tackled tough questions such as; Why it's important to advocate for our profession and register with the State, How to register with the State, Why you cannot call yourself an Interior Architect, What is the difference between a Title Act and a Practice Act and so much more. The purpose of this series is to empower and educate Interior Designers to become better advocates and to advance our profession. Educate your colleagues, friends, family, and clients on what you actually do. Interior Design is a technical profession that affects the health, safety and welfare of the public. We work is code impacted environments and do so much more than just making a space look stylish. The general public and legislators largely do not know this and it is up to you to be the messenger. Talk about the technical aspects of what you do. Our profession is vital in today's worlds and let us stand proud to be called Interior Designers. If you have taken the NCIDQ and have not yet registered with the State please do so by CLICKING HERE.


Thank you to our panelists:

Jamie Cavalier, IIDA, Project manager at Box Studios

Jase Frederick, ASID, Senior Designer at Tom Stringer Design Partners

Mindi Devries, IIDA, Designer at Perkins Eastman

Pipa Bradbury, ASID, Associate Principle Interior Designer at Lucien Lagrange Studio


Thank you to our Moderator:

John Cialone, FASID, Partner at Tom Stringer Design Partners


Thank you to our generous sponsors:

Materials Marketing for hosting

California Closets and the Chopping Block for the food and beverages