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IIDA Chapter Survey Results


Posted on Jan 8, 2020 in Blog, featured

The results are in! Over the last year, we have held various round tables, an open discussion event, and sent out surveys. We’ve compiled the answers and sharing the feedback we’ve received on how we can better improve our chapter to meet your needs as an IIDA member!   Average demographic for the surveys:     What is the time you are willing to travel for an event & are you open to signature events (BLB, Gala,...

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Congratulations to all of the newest holders of the prestigious NCIDQ Certification! The following are the newest certificate holders for Virginia, who successfully completed the 3 required exams passing in October 2019.  Barbara Benesh Melissa Brewer Amber Ferguson Madeline Anne Hill Jordan Rishell Hoar Arjun Kainth Lauren Ashley Knowlson Shelley Kuras Holly Lassiter Beth McArthur Dalaney Ashton McSweeney Michaela Murphy Shannon...

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ASSA ABLOY presents: Applying Good Design Across All Opening Applications   Interior designers play an outsized role in transforming the built environment from ordinary into something extraordinary. But what would buildings look like if limits were placed on a designer’s creativity?   Imagine if designers were told by building product manufacturers they had to work with only standard products with no variations. Consider how...

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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 9/22/17! Looking for real world experience? Want to build your resume and portfolio? Apply to design One ‘Suite’ Space! IIDAVAWV has joined with Habitat for Humanity RVA to provide two ultimate dream bedrooms to two deserving young boys! If you are a student enrolled in an Interior Design program, apply now for the opportunity to design, project manage and install a bedroom for this family! NO...

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  Old Donation School; Virginia Beach, VA Old Donation School combines three existing gifted education programs, serving second through eighth grade students who are gifted intellectually, in visual arts or dance. ODS integrates “Buildings That Teach” concepts, which work to apply the building itself as a learning tool. In the building’s main atrium area, a map of the Chesapeake Bay is designed into the terrazzo floor.  ...

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