ASID and the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) will meet in Orlando, Florida, on August 6 and 7 to discuss means of collaboration between the organizations, and to rally around strategies for healthier people and healthier buildings. The summit is a result of the health and wellness protocols being developed as part of ASID's 2014 Commitment to Action at the Clinton Global Initiative.
“Working with ASID, we’ve been able to collaborate and bring together a diverse group of thought leaders and experts from across various disciplines to share their insight on how the power of smart technology can influence the future of health and wellness through interior design,” said Susan Wiggins, IDC CEO. “Can indoor environmental quality programs build value into building assets to retain and attract tenants and employees? Is integrative design the key to health and wellness success? These are some of the questions we want to answer.”
Discover the full two-day itinerary online here.