E-Newsletter: January/February 2023

Local Events (Click on highlighted link for more information.)

January 20
General Membership Meeting

February 14
Valentine Candy-Gram (More details to follow.)

February 25
Todd Branson Stoneworks+ WILLIS Field Trip (More details to follow.)

March 4
Showrooms Scavenger Hunt (More details to follow.)

National Events

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Design Articles

Indoor or Outdoor Dining? With These Hybrid Spaces, You Don’t Have to Choose

Homeowners are ditching elaborate dining rooms and separate outside setups for a more blended eating environment.

A COVID Surge Combined with Chinese New Year Could Spell Supply Chain Delays
Business of Home

As hundreds of millions of Chinese workers prepare to head home for an extended New Year’s holiday amid loosened COVID restrictions, Warren Shoulberg explains why the global supply chain may be in for yet another major hit.

Wellness Spending Linked to Greater Happiness, According to GWI

New research seeks to bridge gaps in policy to create a more inclusive approach to wellness in society.

15 Essential Architecture and Design Reads for 2023

To help you navigate the coming months, we’ve gathered some must-reads from Metropolis‘s coverage. Our stories have tracked the A&D professions’ growing commitment to public good—engaging and serving communities even as we address the climate crisis. They have also examined and explained new phenomena, from the virtual allure of the Metaverse to the shifting landscapes in midsized American cities. And our readers have responded—eager to dive into projects that push the limits on sustainability, adaptive reuse, and urban renewal. Equity has been a strong focus for us this year, with an issue dedicated to inclusive design and the release of the Design for Equity primer—and will continue to inform our work.

Patients, Staff at the Center of Healthcare Design Trends in 2023
Interiors and Sources

Three key areas reveal where design and innovation meet wellbeing in today's healthcare environments.

The Bathroom Tile Trends That Will Take Off in 2023, According to Experts
House Beautiful

Expect a surge in bold colors and geometric patterns.

Interior Design Trends to Know in 2023—And What’s on Its Way Out

At first, “interior design trends” can feel like an oxymoronic term. Decor doesn’t tend to undergo seasonal changes or flash-in-the-pan fads—furniture, textiles, art, and wall coverings are too cumbersome, too expensive, too enduring to update frequently. When you design a room, as the saying goes, you need to learn to live with it. For a long time.

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One Voice

Each day interior designers use their voices and visions to reshape spaces--and therefore the lives of those occupying them--for the better. With those same voices working in unison, they have the power to design a better future for themselves and the entire profession. That is why ASID began One Voice; to empower interior designers to get involved and advocate for or against the public policy that will ultimately influence their careers and lives. For more info click here.

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The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) believes that design transforms lives. ASID serves the full range of the interior design profession and practice through the Society’s programs, networks, and advocacy. We thrive on the strength of cross-functional and interdisciplinary relationships among designers of all specialties, including workplace, healthcare, retail and hospitality, education, institutional, and residential. We lead interior designers in shared conversations around topics that matter: from evidence-based and human-centric design to social responsibility, well-being, and sustainability. We showcase the impact of design on the human experience and the value interior designers provide.