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In response to the changing nature of current events, Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) is committed to playing a constructive role in supporting interior designers and advocating for the interior design profession.
IDC Student members are individuals enrolled in post-secondary interior design education at any university, college, or accredited school in Canada.
In a time of much uncertainty in the interior design industry due to the global impacts of COVID-19, the IDC team is calling on members to support our student and intern members
Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) continues to serve the needs of members through exciting initiatives to educate the public, promote the interior design profession, and engage members.
The IDC Board of Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Trevor Kruse as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer.
To bring members together virtually and ensure full benefits of membership in these challenging times, IDC is introducing a series of IDCEC-approved webinars relevant to the interior design profession and practice.
The Happy City report titled: ‘Happy & healthy interiors; building empathy through design thinking’ speaks to empathy in the workplace, which was one of the themes of the 2019 design symposium.
The Benchmarking and Best Practices Report, published in March 2020, has been shared with those members who participated in the research gathering survey last summer, and is now available for purchase to all members.
After careful consideration, and in consultation with our Design Symposium sponsors, in accordance with health guidance from the Government of Canada and the World Health Organization, IDC has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Design Symposium.