The awards primarily recognize a body of work created over the course of a career rather than a specific member achievement. However, institutions, corporations, and patrons may be recognized for specific exemplary projects or product innovation.
Each year, the Society appoints a jury of esteemed ASID members, fellows, and members of the design community to review all submissions.
Ken Wilson, ASID, FAIA, LEED Fellow
Ken Wilson is the interior design principal at Perkins+Will’s Washington, D.C. office. His work includes a variety of project in architecture, interiors, graphics, and product design, and his clients include several of the nation’s leading environmental organizations, socially responsible associations, nonprofits, and corporations. Learn more.
Jane Rohde, ASID, AIA, CHID, ACHA, LEED AP BD+C, GGA-EB
Jane M. Rohde champions a global cultural shift toward de-institutionalizing senior living and healthcare facilities through her practice, person-centered principles, research and advocacy, and design of the built environment. She is the principal of JSR Associates, Inc., which she formed in response to the gap between outcomes, operations, and design of the physical setting. Learn more.
After 18 years on Wall Street, including 10 at Goldman Sachs as a partner, Paul Scialla’s interest in altruistic capitalism and sustainability led him to establish the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), which administers the WELL Building Standard® globally to improve human health and well-being through the built environment. Learn more.
Tamie Glass, ASID
Tamie Glass teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in interior design at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture. Her intercontinental career launched at Daimler in Germany with the creation of corporate identity projects for the Mercedes-Benz brand, followed by four years in London with Virgile & Stone and Conran and Partners. Learn more.