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UPCOMING DESIGN EVENTS CALENDAR .
THREE GREAT BOOKS TO ADD TO YOUR REFERENCE LIBRARY/
To order these books, visit the ASID Book Center at www.asid.org/bookcenter.
HD Expo May 19 – 20 Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas www.hdexpo.com NFPA Conference & Expo June 7 – 10 Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas www.nfpa.org ASID National Conference at NeoCon June 14 – 16 Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park, Chicago www.asidatneocon.com NeoCon World’s Trade Fair June 14 – 16 The Merchandise Mart, Chicago www.neocon.com Dwell on Design June 25 – 27 Los Angeles Convention Center www.dwellondesign.com HD Boutique Sept. 13 – 14 Miami Beach Convention Center www.hdboutique.com Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo Sept. 14 – 16 Navy Pier, Chicago www.hcarefacilities.com
For more information, visit the Events section of www.asid.org.
The State of the Interior Design Profession Caren Martin, FASID & Denise Guerin, FASID, eds. Fairchild, $62 _ Providing an informed view of the interior design profession as it stands today, this book is the basis for a purposeful discourse that will inspire designers to consider their role and responsibility in developing the profession’s future. The authors focus on 12 issues integral to the profession’s future, incorporating diverse viewpoints reﬂecting opinions, thoughts and research on each issue.
I Wish I Worked There!: A Look Inside the Most Creative Spaces in Business Kursty Groves & Will Knight Wiley, $65 _ This book showcases some of the world’s most inspiring workplaces, investigating how famous brands have put innovation at the heart of their culture. Photographs and illustrations detail how companies accommodate creative activity through spaces that stimulate, enable reﬂection, promote collaboration and encourage play. The included interviews reveal what makes a space really work and the business metrics behind these successful spaces.
21st Century Houses: 150 of the World’s Best Robyn Beaver Images, $50 _ From modest to massive and everything between, the homes featured in 21st Century Houses highlight the latest trends in building and interior design and provide a revealing glimpse of what it’s like to live in some of the most spectacular houses in the world. More than 450 pages of glossy photos and ﬂoor plans illustrate these outstanding contemporary designs from some of the world’s most prominent architects and interior designers.
MUSEUMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY FEATURE GREAT DESIGN/
National Design Triennial: Why Design Now?
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York through January 2011
NCIDQ EXAM DATES & APPLICATION DEADLINES
For more information, visit www.ncidq.org.
June 1 Application Deadline for the Fall 2010 Examination (for ﬁrst-time applicants only) August 2 Fall 2010 registration deadline* October 1 – 2 Fall 2010 NCIDQ Examination December 1 Application Deadline for the Spring 2011 Examination (for ﬁrst-time applicants only) *All supporting documents must be received by this date.
Inaugurated in 2000, the National Design Triennial program seeks out and presents the most innovative designs at the center of contemporary culture. This fourth exhibition in the series explores the work of designers addressing human and environmental problems across many ﬁelds of the design practice, from architecture and products to fashion, graphics, new media and landscapes.
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Cabbage Chair, prototype. Oki Sato (Japanese, b. 1977), Nendo. Japan, 2008. Pleated paper.
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2010 ASID Awards
2010 Class of ASID Fellows
ASID Chapter Community Service Award
Industry Partner Merit Award
ASID Partner Awards
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