The ASID headquarters will be closed on Friday, June 18, in honor of Juneteenth National Independence Day.
Our staff, including customer service team, will resume normal operations on Monday, June 21.
Founded in 1883, Benjamin Moore is North America’s favorite paint, color and coatings brand. A leading manufacturer of premium quality residential and commercial coatings, Benjamin Moore maintains a relentless commitment to innovation and sustainable manufacturing practices. The portfolio spans the brand’s flagship paint lines including Aura®, Regal® Select, CENTURY®, Ultra Spec®, Natura® and ben®. Benjamin Moore is renowned for its expansive color portfolio, offering consumers and designer more than 3,500 colors. Benjamin Moore paints are available exclusively from its more than 5,000 locally owned and operated paint and decorating retailers. | |
Andrea Magno is the director of Color Marketing & Development for Benjamin Moore, North America’s favorite paint, color and coatings brand. As part of the Benjamin Moore Color Studio, Andrea plays an integral role in the development of color tools and color and design research that further positions Benjamin Moore as a color and product leader for both professionals and consumers.
During her tenure at Benjamin Moore, Andrea has been intimately involved in various aspects of color, interior design, and the paint industry. She has played an integral role in the development and advancement of designer and architect-focused events, educational programs, and trend research. Andrea serves as a reference on color and design inspiration for a variety of publications, including Apartment Therapy, Better Homes, Chicago Tribune, Country Living, Durability & Design, Family Circle, HGTV Magazine, Refinery29, Real Simple, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and more.
Andrea began her career at Christie’s Auction house in the European Furniture Department and later was part of numerous high-end residential design projects while working at Ingrao, Inc. in New York City. She graduated from Lafayette College with a B.A. in Art History and English, and earned a degree in Interior Design with high distinction from the New York School of Interior Design. Andrea also earned her MBA at the University of Scranton. She is an Allied member of ASID and an industry member of IIDA.
CallisonRTKL is a global architecture, planning, and design practice. Over the last 70 years, CallisonRTKL has created some of the world’s most memorable and successful environments for developers, retailers, investors, institutions, and public entities. Our work has set us apart as the number one retail design firm in the world and a top-five architecture practice across multiple disciplines and sectors. CallisonRTKL’s Seattle office has played an integral role in shaping the city’s landscape, working extensively with clients and projects such as Nordstrom, REI, KeyBank, University Village, and Columbia Center. Our office is located in downtown Seattle’s central business district in the prestigious U.S. Bank Centre, which CallisonRTKL (formerly Callison) designed. The 581-foot tall skyscraper is the eighth tallest building in Seattle. The Seattle office recently remodeled its workspace to encourage collaboration, increase well-being, and better showcase its stunning city views for all of its 200 architects, designers, and staff. | |
As a 35-year veteran of the design industry, Cindi has designed and managed retail, hospitality, restaurant, healthcare, workplace, and banking projects across the United States and globally. At CallisonRTKL she is a Principal in the Retail Practice and is Director of Global Retail Business Development. Cindi collaborates with the other practice areas and offices within the firm. She currently serves as President of the Planning and Visual Education Partnership (PAVE), is an Advisory Board Member for Visual Merchandising at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM), is a Design Advisory Board Member with DesignRetail Magazine, an active member of the Retail Design Institute (RDI), active member in the Shop! Women’s League, Former Board Member of Shop! and Board Emeritus for Washington State University’s Department of Interior Design + Construction.
Founded in 1899, Chambers was established to provide Baltimore with the finest painting services and decorative furnishings in the area. Through the decades, Chambers expanded, adding hotels, luxury cruise ships, residential and commercial spaces, and even the White House, to its impressive repertoire. Today, our firm boasts over 75 years of experience in the private club industry. We combine our extensive and diverse historical experiences with our knowledge of today’s trends to cultivate forward-thinking solutions. With each new design challenge, we continue to evolve to ensure the needs of our clients are continuously being met and help the industry continue to advance. | |
Megan Hochman joined Chambers with a richly diverse background in luxury hospitality, multi-residential and residential design. Megan began her career in London at Christina Fallah Designs where she designed luxury private residences and notable projects such as the historic Shelbourne Dublin—a five-star hotel in Ireland. Since returning to the United States, Megan has worked for several groundbreaking hospitality and residential design firms, including ForrestPerkins, RD Jones & Associates and Mona Hajj Interiors.
In addition to infusing a culturally rich perspective into design efforts, Megan offers a natural balance of creativity, analysis and technical knowledge to bring client visions to fruition. She leads the firm’s Washington, DC office and is responsible for overseeing the design studio. Megan was a past president of the American Society of Interior Designers Washington Metro Chapter and continues to pay it forward with her involvement in the design industry.
Determined by Design is an interior design firm specializing in the creation of beautiful, functional and stimulating interior spaces that enable the progress of people and their neighborhoods. As The People’s Firm, we create spaces to represent a community’s greatest strengths: its history, culture, and diversity. We believe in Design Equity™-- elevating the standard of design for all people. We design to change lives. Based in Washington, D.C., Determined by Design provides full-service interior design for multifamily affordable and supportive housing properties, and small businesses located in economically challenged and emerging communities. We are a DC Certified Business Enterprise (CBE), meeting the certification categories of Local Business Enterprise (LBE), Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Veteran-owned Business Enterprise (VOB). For more information, visit DeterminedbyDesign.com. | |
A design chameleon, Sequoyah Hunter-Cuyjet has the unique ability to tap into the heart of a community and give people a voice through design. With her diverse art and culturally-rich background as well as her multidisciplinary design experience, she is a versatile person who can help partners address any project challenge.
Sequoyah has a Bachelor of Art in Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College—where she studied art, literature and anthropology—as well as a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Moore College of Art + Design. Boutique Magazine recognized her as a 2020 Boutique 18—a rising star in hospitality design.
She is an agent of change who is passionate about advocacy and providing quality design for underrepresented communities. Sequoyah’s design process balances the beauty of art and materiality with functional solutions. She is passionate about championing diversity within the design profession and providing all people access to interior design through design equity. Sequoyah is determined to design for real people with real world problems and uplift them through elevated spaces.
Art Gensler founded our firm 52 years ago, and today we’ve spent half a century committed to thoughtfully informing the ways employees work and organizations operate. Our approach reflects a deep knowledge and understanding of how people use and experience space, creating places that are relevant, memorable, and distinct.
Our success and growth have afforded us extraordinary diversity and unparalleled perspective. We are interior designers, strategists, architects, and creatives. Our size has granted us the opportunity to explore divergence while remaining unified in our core, empowering us to uncover new opportunities and exhaust more options on your behalf. | |
Santiago has been an integral member of the teams behind education, not-for-proft, workplace, and hospitality projects in Gensler New York. He co-leads New York’s Community Impact team (Gensler’s volunteer group), is a frmwide leader for ECC 2.0 (the next generation of leaders for the Education practice area), and is regional leader for the Foundations, Associations and Organizations practice area. He leads pro-bono projects, works on research initiatives and has moderated panel discussions and round tables. In 2015, Santiago served as cultural ambassador to the new Gensler Office in Mexico City where he oversaw the development of the office culture. Working with Change for Kids, Santiago helps fundraise and provide opportunities to over 5,000 students in the NYC public school system. He is a former board member in Build Out Alliance, an organization seeking to promote and advocates for LGBTQ people serving openly and with pride in the building design and construction industry.
HDR is an employee-owned design firm specializing in engineering, architecture, environmental, and construction services. HDR is ranked No. 7 among the world’s design firms and we’re the largest healthcare design firm. We’re also proud to be ranked No. 35 on Forbes magazine’s list of America’s Best Large Employers for 2019. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other’s contributions, and collaborate to make great things possible. HDR believes that the way we work can add meaning and value to the world. That ideas inspire positive change. That coloring outside the lines can illuminate fresh perspectives. And that small details yield important realizations. Above all, we believe that collaboration is the best way forward. So while HDR is most well-known for delivering architecture and engineering services – for adding beauty and structure to communities through high performance buildings and infrastructure – we provide much more than that. We create an unshakable foundation for progress because our multidisciplinary teams also include the firepower of archaeologists, economists, builders, analysts, artists, and scientists. Our 1,715 employees, working in locations around the world, push open the doors to what’s possible each and every day. | |
Elizabeth Von Lehe is the design & brand strategy principal at HDR. A seasoned design leader with professional experience across multiple industries, she leads the architecture firm’s efforts to advance a holistic approach to design, embracing not only the built form, but branding, curation and the development of user experience from every angle.
Von Lehe previously worked at ICRAVE Design, where she served as director of strategy, brand and architectural design for more than seven years. Before that, she worked in design for both Target and Lands’ End. Her experience includes developing product collections for both fashion and furniture industries as well as guiding master plans and interior design concepts.
Based in New York, New York, Von Lehe is well known throughout the design professions as a leader in the field of experience design. She is a regular keynote and workshop speaker at the national and chapter levels for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), advocating for experience design to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration and integration beyond what most designers usually practice.
Von Lehe currently serves as a Director on the national board of ASID, and is a regular graduate mentor and panelist for her alma mater, Columbia University. Her work has been featured in several industry publications and she has been interviewed by national outlets such as Bloomberg and NPR.
To those wanting to make an impact with design, HKS is the architect where focused people consistently deliver the extraordinary. We are passionate, knowing that people live, work, play, and inhabit the spaces and places we imagine and envision for our clients. We are responsive, understanding that we are in a service business and the vision is that of our clients – never of ours alone. We are global, creating exceptional spaces across the globe through our connected network of offices and people. We are one, with tremendous talent across a wide spectrum of expertise, believing that the value of talent, experience, and knowledge is multiplied when shared. We are thorough, balancing extraordinary design with technical expertise and construction administration backgrounds for streamlined, on-time, within-budget projects. We are HKS. We create places that enhance the human experience. Each and every day. | |
A forward-thinking design leader, Gracie transforms ideas and concepts into harmonious workplace environments and experiences. Every aspect of her designs is thoughtfully executed with passion and attention to detail using an interdisciplinary approach. Gracie’s client-driven work ethic and collaborative attitude have propelled over 17 years of success leading teams for notable projects such as Expedia, Topgolf, and Orix Financial.
She brings a modern understanding of architecture with an appreciation for a variety of design styles that are client and consumer-focused. The end results are top-performing workplaces that transform organizations and the employees inside them.
With offices around the globe, HOK designs buildings and spaces that respond to the needs of people and the environment. HOK designers are rooted in technical excellence, driven by imagination, and focused on a solitary goal: to deliver solutions that inspire clients and communities. | |
With 25 years of experience, Betsy Graham Nurse is passionate about orchestrating strategy and design solutions to create dynamic, highly-functional and user-centric interior environments. As Senior Principal and Director of Interior Design for HOK’s Atlanta practice, her professional experience in higher education, healthcare and corporate workplace inspire new ways to integrate and balance well-being, technology and flexibility for people and businesses. Betsy is President of CoreNet Global’s Atlanta Chapter, President Emeritus of The Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center and lectures nationally on the evolution of the workplace and addressing the challenges of the future.
Driven by nearly two decades of experience, ICRAVE is an experience design brand that translates ideas into experiences that work in today’s world, and sets the stage for tomorrow’s. As a thought leader in strategy, interior, and experience design, we aim to work at the intersection of the digital, physical, and operational aspects of design. We approach each project as a problem to be solved in order to provide desirable solutions for our clients. We reinvent businesses through strategy and insight, and turn that experience into a brand. We’re leading the pack in food hall design through innovative and strategic measures. More than anything, we’re just a group of innovators creating cool shit together. | |
David serves as creative director at ICRAVE and has been a part of the ICRAVE team since 2005. Focusing on leading ICRAVE into new sectors of work, David has directed several large-scale projects including La Guardia Airport, Minneapolis St-Paul Airport, Le District, MSK's Josie Robertson Surgical Center, and MSK's David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care. He has been a forefront of thought leadership working across sectors influencing thinking around the passenger experience, reinventing cancer care, visioning for the future of retail, and building the next evolution of the food hall.
Since 1935, we’ve believed that design has the power to make the world a better, more beautiful place. That’s why clients and community members on nearly every continent partner with us to design healthy, happy places in which to live, learn, work, play, and heal. We’re passionate about human-centered design, and how design can impact our lives through sustainability, resilience, well-being, diversity and inclusion, and mobility. And we’re committed to advancing design through research. Our global team of creatives and critical thinkers provides integrated services in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and more.
Our New York Studio
In the city that never sleeps, we never stop dreaming. Our studio’s creative energy propels us to innovate at every level. We believe design unites us all by addressing critical social needs and promoting human interaction. We draw from our raw talent, values, and design process to effect positive change. Whether we’re in our own five boroughs or anywhere else in the world, our projects are as diverse and dynamic as the metropolis we call home. | |
Brent has always been keenly aware of his surroundings. Even before he knew there was a word for it, he wanted to have a hand in creating, shaping, understanding, representing, and interacting with physical space.
Born and raised in Colorado, the intensity of the natural environment has impacted Brent’s approach to design. He is drawn to spaces that, like nature, have a temporal quality—changing and modifying over time.
Often described as aspirational in his approach, his work reflects a clear ethos, telling a story that supports the user’s experience.
In 2000, Susan and Joey Shimoda founded Shimoda Design Group at a live/work warehouse in the burgeoning Arts District of downtown Los Angeles. The firm steadily gained a reputation for innovative workplace interiors, history-conscious building renovations and bold, forward-looking creative mixed-use campuses. SDG's 17 design professionals allow creative collaboration to infuse and inform the work they do across the country. On each project, their eclectic sensibilities merge with a unique client culture for engaging, enlivening, and transformative design, as exemplified by collaborations with Steelcase Inc., Tishman Speyer, TOMS Shoes, and Bloomberg. | |
Ninety percent of Susan and Joey’s projects have been created within existing structures. They are known for projects that re-envision existing structures that create long lasting impact to the betterment of the human experience. They believe that architecture does not have to be new to be beautiful, sustainable, or meaningful – architecture is revealed through many lenses. They embrace client and context, but their goal is to create something special. They believe a framework of research, responsibility, restoration, and innovation become the foundation of a visionary solution. And this is the place where they create the alchemy that elevates the human experience.
Both Joey and Sue are active as jurors and lecturers for local and national chapters of the AIA, ASID, and IIDA. Joey has been an affordable housing commissioner in the city of Los Angeles and is frequent juror for the Los Angeles Metro artist integration and selection committees. In 2013, Contract magazine named Joey Shimoda Designer of the Year.
For 30 years, Studio O+A has created environments that have changed how work and workplace are defined. O+A understood early that every company’s working culture is unique to its history and to the people who represent it. The firm’s long roster of internationally recognized clients—from Microsoft to Facebook, Nike to Yelp, Cisco to McDonald’s—attests to its ability to translate those individual cultures into physical space. O+A’s focus is always on creating spaces that allow people to do their best work and fulfill their aspirations in a context of happiness, health, and wellness. | |
Mindi Weichman is a design director at Studio O+A where she guides her teams through every phase of a project—from high-level conceptual development to in-the-trenches problem solving. Mindi’s work overseeing office designs for companies like Nike, Adidas, and NetApp have given her insights into how big companies manage change and what design can do to mitigate the disruptions that a new work environment inevitably entails. A strong advocate for design education, her eye for new talent is one of O+A’s keenest.