The profession of interior design in B.C. has been self-regulated since 1950 and protecting the public interest is a core mandate.
Society benefits, and invariably prospers, when people everywhere can more easily share their experience, knowledge and culture and exercise their spending powers
Founded in 1972, IDC is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and invites members to join in the festivities.
The pandemic has shifted consumer behaviours toward interior design, with many wanting comfort and security in the home.
The pandemic has prompted many questions about the future of the office. Is it dead? Is remote work here to stay? The office as we knew it is a thing of the past.
Women developers, architects and interior designers are helping to manifest just a few of the country’s most dynamic condos and communities.
Designing an optimal home workspace remains an area of focus for professionals determined to start 2021 on the best foot possible.
With the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in sight, many analysts predict we're at the dawn of a new era for development in Canada.
The pandemic has changed the conversation. For interior designers, the conversation with clients has shifted to virtual platforms.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an opportunity for design firms to streamline business operations and enhance collaboration.
Since launching Project 22 Design, Vancouver interior designer Denise Ashmore has been creating stunning and thoughtful residential interiors.
The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) announced its 2020 Design + Industry Award winners. Seven Canadian interior design firms received awards.
Knowing where to focus condo restoration efforts (and how to save money in the process) can help balance the desire to stay modern with the need to stay on budget.
The differences in law firm design in Canada and the US are surprising. Universal-sized offices are more common in Canada.
Technology continues to make everyone’s life much easier, but it’s also making everyone more sedentary.
An invisible second skin was a core component of the energy-saving, heritage-sensitive intervention at the Bank of Canada complex.
“All that glitters” is no longer the gold standard in design. Designers are embracing the texture, warmth, and functionality of matte finishes.