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Empower Design. Empower the Future.

REGREEN is a comprehensive training program focused on energy-efficient residential remodeling. Launched in 2008, REGREEN was developed by the ASID Foundation and U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Using a holistic approach, the program combines whole-house systems thinking and professional integration to assist interior designers, contractors, builders, architects and anyone involve in home remodeling, including homeowners. The REGREEN website features a set of best practice guidelines, dynamic tools and online resources to help implement sustainable strategies in residential remodeling projects.

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Looking for Professional Development? Get Started with the ASID Leadership Academy

The leadership training and development opportunities provided by ASID to its volunteer leaders have long been cited by recipients as a major catalyst for both professional and personal growth. Now, through the generous support of the ASID Foundation, the ASID leadership “DNA” has been mapped and made available through the new ASID Leadership Academy.

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ASID Foundation Awards $20,000 to CIDA

The ASID Foundation recently awarded a $20,000 grant to support a major standards revision project currently underway by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA). The new accreditation standards will be published in early 2016, and implemented in 2017.


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The Center for Active Design Receives the Fourth Annual Transform Research Grant

This year’s Transform research grant is the Center for Active Design, in collaboration with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Steelcase, and Perkins + Will. This collaboration among diverse organizations will study the impact of adjustable workstations (AWS) on employee health and wellness as measured by perceived stress and sedentary behavior, and the sustainability of observed behavioral changes. Read the full press release here.


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