Highly engaged individuals, chapters, and industry partners are peer nominated and allow ASID chapters to award those making an impact on fellow members, local communities, and the Society as a whole.
February 21, 2017
ASID National Honors open
April 26, 2017
All submissions due. (Submissions will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. EST on April 26, 2017)
July 13 – 15, 2017
Winners announced at The Leadership Experience presented by ASID in San Diego
The ASID Chapter Community Service award is bestowed by the Society upon an ASID professional chapter that has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to community service during the previous ASID program year, and that best exemplifies, in the estimation of the judges, the spirit of bringing design to life in the service of others.
The Educator Medalist award is an award of distinction granted by the Society that recognizes members who have demonstrated outstanding service to their chapter, student chapters, and/or ASID, and/or provided significant contributions to the body of knowledge that supports the profession of interior design.
The ASID Honorary Medalist award is a distinguished honor granted by the Society that recognizes individuals who are not interior designers by profession but who have demonstrated outstanding service and significant contributions to a chapter(s), and/or to the body of knowledge that supports the profession of interior design.
As the highest Industry Partner award bestowed by the society, the IP Merit award honors those who have shown outstanding and significant service to their chapters of the Society, made contributions that have enhanced the chapter or Society, and who have enriched the human experience through support of the design profession.
This honor recognizes and rewards individual members for their special contributions to ASID. This award is limited to past ASID Society-level Chairs and other professional members who meet the eligibility criteria. Lifetime Awards should not be confused with retired or inactive status, and are not tied to financial hardship considerations.
The ASID Medalist award is a distinguished honor granted by the Society that recognizes members who have demonstrated outstanding service to their chapter and/or ASID, and/or provided significant contributions to the interior design profession, and/or made significant contributions that have enriched the human experience.