Thanks for Visiting ASID at NeoCon

ASID had a strong presence at NeoCon this year and we’re glad you stopped by to be a part of it. Press conferences, new partnerships, and exciting programming were all part of the experience, and our theme of health and wellness was highly visible to all who visited our booth.

 ASID booth at NeoCon

The ASID Booth
Our booth included graphics and activities to support physical, mental, and social health, including a Silent Disco, where participants got to dance the day away while working on their cardio! Staff were on hand to meet with visitors and share the many accomplishments of the Society, and our plans for a dynamic future.

 WELL Institute and ASID leaders

The ASID + IWBI™ (International Well Building Institute) Partnership and Press Conference
ASID and IWBI™ held a press conference to announce a new partnership meant to engage the interior design community in accelerating the integration of health and wellness in the built environment. Learn more.


Paul Scialla, founder and CEO of Delos and founder of IWBI™,presented a keynote address to a capacity crowd of NeoCon attendees. His presentation provided essential information for design professionals interested in incorporating health and wellness into the design of the built environment.

The Industry Outlook Press Conference
The ASID Research and Knowledge Management Department presented the Interior Design 2016/2017 Outlook and State of the Industry report, an annual publication that reports on the pulse of the interior design industry. This year, the report focuses on the factors – global, cultural, and business – that effect designers and in return, the work they produce. David Krantz, vice president of Research and Knowledge Management at ASID, delivered the results during a dedicated press conference. 

ASID Student Road Map and Career Exchange
Students attending NeoCon were treated to the ASID Student Roadmap, where experienced designers taught them to engage with industry at tradeshows, and the ASID Career Change, where they were given expert advice on their resumes and portfolios, and received information on design career paths from industry professionals.