To establish licensure for commercial interior design professionals, whose work impacts the health, safety, and welfare of the public in the state of Oregon.
May 2, 2015
Click Here to register for this event. For Questions and Additional Details Please E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Proceeds from event will benefit IDC-Oregon in the ongoing effort to pass legislation for Commercial Interior Designers in Oregon. Thank You Sponsors! International Interior Design Association (IIDA) & American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
March 31, 2015
The 2015 IIDA Oregon Chapter Design Crawl is happening soon! Visit beautifully designed spaces and mingle with design professionals as you tour three Design Excellence Award winning sites! Learn more about this event that takes place on April 23rd. Sponsor this popular event! Register for your tickets today, this event sells out quickly!
January 30, 2015
Inka Bajandas with DJC Oregon newspaper recently wrote about IDC-Oregon’s efforts with state legislation. Bajandas spoke with Legislative Director, Ellen Cusick about IDC-Oregon’s current status: “Efforts to create a state-approved licensing program for interior designers have stalled while advocates revamp proposed legislation in hopes that it will be more palatable to Oregon lawmakers. A bill proposed… Read More »
October 2, 2014
Most have already heard about the article written this last month by Hilary Gowins in the Huffington Post. For those who have not, here is the link to her article called “Arbitrary Interior Design Regulations Hurt Entrepreneurs, Consumers” A rebuttal from IIDA on educating the public and Huffington Post, “A recent Huffington Post Blog entry… Read More »
Announced on American Society of Interior Designers’ website on August 21st, 2014: Washington, D.C. | Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts has signed into law the Interior Design Bidding Bill H. 4303, which establishes the right of designers to bid as the prime contractor on state contracts and recognizes the profession of interior design within the state… Read More »