Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) invites designers to submit their projects to its new Value of Design Awards (VODA) competition. The awards will highlight the impact of design thinking and the human experience in the built environment.
As the national association advocating for the interior design profession in Canada, IDC is announcing the establishment of a new awards program to promote the value of interior design across the country.
VODA will shine a spotlight on Canadian interior designers by providing a forum to showcase the benefits of design thinking: an empathetic, inventive and iterative process focused on the human experience within interior spaces. Submissions must clearly communicate the intended value to the people, business, or society at large.
There are eight categories for submissions. Eligible projects are interior design projects completed between January 2016 and December 2017. Submission deadline is May 25.
The awards will be presented at IDC’s Design Symposium September 16 – 19, 2018 in Toronto, Ont.
Founded in 1972, IDC is the national advocacy association for the interior design profession. It represents more than 5,000 members including fully qualified interior designers, Intern members (who have yet to pass their exams), students, educators and retired members.
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