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Summer 2014

ALDESIGN

A Quarterly Publication of the Alabama Chapter

American Society of Interior Designers


On the cover: Award winning design by Marisa Smith, ASID Outdoor Living Category 2013 Design Excellence Awards

Table of

Contents ASID ALABAMA CHAPTER OFFICE P.O. Box 10983 Birmingham, AL 35202 T: 205.441.8187 E: Administrator@asidalabama.org WWW.ASIDALABAMA.ORG

DEPARTMENTS President’s Message .................................................................. 3 Board of Directors ...................................................................... 4 New Members ........................................................................... 5 Calendar of Events ................................................................... 15

ASID NATIONAL 308 Massachusetts Ave NE Washington, DC 20002-6006 T: 202.546.3480 F: 202.546-3240 Toll Free: 800.610.ASID (2743) E: asid@asid.org WWW.ASID.ORG

FEATURES ASID AL State Conference 2014 .................................................. 6

Membership Update ................................................................ 10 Director-at-Large ..................................................................... 10

NEWSLETTER STAFF Lila Pryor-Frank, Allied ASID - Editor Bryant G. Williams

Convection Steam Ovens ......................................................... 11

ALDesign newsletter is published quarterly for the ASID Alabama Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers. Editorial content and the ALDesign newsletter are controlled and owned by the A l a ba m a C h a p te r o f A S I D . Reproduction of this publication in whole, in part, in any form is strictly prohibited without the written permission of the Alabama Chapter of ASID.

Industry Partner Products: INNOVATION ................................. 12

Student Representative: Update .............................................. 11

Beverly Kissinger: A Creative Life ............................................. 13 ASID, IES and IALD: Working Together ..................................... 13

Student Perspective ................................................................. 14 RealWorld DesignWeek 2014 ................................................... 14 Conference Enrollment Form ................................................... 16

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President’s FA R E W E L L M E S S A G E L

ooking back over the last year, I am excited what ASID Alabama has accomplished. Each year we have made strides in becoming a stronger chapter. This year we have added another student chapter, we have endowed another scholarship and we have strengthened the chapter and what it represents to our members. None of what was done this year would have been possible without the constant support of the ASID Board of Directors. First off I would like to say many thanks to our Chapter Administrator, Bryant Williams, who records countless hours to keep our chapter on its feet and oversee the day to day activities that most do not see. I would also like to thank each board member for the service this year and the years to come. Each of you holds a special place in my heart as I have looked to each of you for advice and support during my tenure.

Bradley Logan, ASID, RID President 2013–2014

To our student representative to the board, Jessica Cobb, your enthusiasm for this profession is exactly why I know great things will be in your future. You have the spunk to get things done and people will listen to you with your desire to move this profession forward in the future.

To our Director at Large, Jenny Fuller, your eagerness to offer unbiased support for the profession and supporting our industry partners is what made your role so invaluable. I am thrilled that we spent the last two years working together to enhance the needs of industry partners and our chapter.

To our Communications Director, Lila Prior Frank, your soft spoken, eloquent demeanor is one that every person should have the opportunity to work beside. You have offered such great knowledge and supplied great information to our members. I am thankful to have worked beside you this year and look forward for many more. If you are lucky, I may just tell my story….but only when the time is right.

To our Professional Development Director, Mary Rooney, I am so thankful that you were put in this position on the board. You have had to tackle so many issues this year. I am not quite sure how Each individual you managed to do that; run a business and plan continuing education for the entire state of Alabama AND the conference. Our frequent and lengthy conversations on a that I have had variety of topics have allowed me to learn more about how you operate and know the opportunity that you are truly a gem for this organization.

To our Financial Director, Beverly Kissinger. Ms K, Ms. K, Ms. K. I never expected that years after having you as a professor in college that I would have the privilege to sit on the ASID State Board with you. Your knowledge, as well as a kind and gentle spirit has made this year so pleasant and I look forward to continuing this journey together.

To our Membership Director, Jillian Marks, I personally know how difficult your position is and the significance that is given to the one who knows everyone by name and membership status. The number of hours that you have devoted to this chapter will only allow it to succeed and grow in the future. The ideas you have will continue to strengthen this chapter as you take on your new role.

To our President Elect, Stacey Summerville, I am excited that you are the next link in the chain of leadership for this chapter. You have become an asset to this organization by offering your expertise on areas when I didn’t have the answer. I am thrilled that ASID Alabama is trending the way it is. With your leadership, the student population will continue to grow, the professional members will continue to be engaged with the new ideas that you and the board will create. I leave this chapter knowing that it is in good hands. You will represent our chapter very well. Congratulations on this big step in your professional journey.

to work with and meet during this year means so much to me.

Each individual that I have had the opportunity to work with and meet during this year means so much to me. To our students, I empathize with you. I have been in your shoes. You will see the light at the end of the tunnel. If you stay active with this chapter, the chapter will support you. To our professional members, continue to stay active and volunteer for different activities and positions for the chapter. I have learned what you put into this organization is exactly what you get in return. Every member plays a vital role in this chapter. We are all pieces to a puzzle that has yet to be completed. I have enjoyed serving you for many years and especially this last one as your president. I look forward to seeing what great things will be in store for the Alabama Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers. ASID ALABAMA │ Summer 2014 │ PAGE 3


Board of Directors 2014

Bradley Logan, ASID

Stacey Summerville, Allied ASID

Beverly Kissinger, Allied ASID

Lila Pryor-Frank, Allied ASID

President Bradley Logan Interior Design

President-Elect

Financial

Lila Pryor Frank Interiors

Inline Lighting

Instructor, University of Alabama

Jillian Marks, ASID

Mary Rooney, ASID Professional Development

Jenny Fuller, Industry Partner ASID

Jessica Cobb, Student ASID

Membership Matheny Goldmon Architects

Mary Rooney Interior Dimensions

Director-at-Large

University of Alabama

Eykon

Communications

Student Representative


New Practitioners Chelsea Holmes, Allied ASID Jacquelyn Moor, Allied ASID Jennifer Olmstead, Allied ASID

New Members

New Students

Art Institute of California Betsy Stark Mississippi State University Emily Houston University of Alabama Mary Bond Bailey Amanda Schott University of North Alabama Amber Pimentel

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Birmingham, AL / September 12th & 13th

ASID Alabama

2014

state conference

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FRIDAY - SEPTEMBER 12th

CEU opportunities

(C/S) - Indicates the course is Codes & Standards

SESSION I

SESSION II

SESSION III

SESSION IV

COURSE 1-A:

COURSE 2-A:

COURSE 3-A:

COURSE 4-A:

Jennifer Poole United Plywoods IDCEC & AIA approved

Rob Zuelch Sub-Zero/ Wolf IDCEC & AIA approved

Edward Paquette Steelcase IDCEC approved

Eddie Rumsey Altro Floors IDCEC approved

This educational unit has been designed to educate architects, designers, contractors and installers about L ux ury O u tdoor Kitchens and options for design and layout, for product specification, installation and proper use. By understanding t h es e to pi cs , b ui l di n g professionals will be in a better position to serve their clients and help create upscale outdoor spaces that greatly enhance a home's functionality, enjoyment and value.

Kitchen design is always evolving and we are always looking ahead to the next step. Gone are the days of the backof-the-house kitchen, tucked away behind louvered doors, hidden from view. Now, the kitchen is the epicenter of the home. It is the single most trafficked area in the home and architects, builders, and designers are putting more focus on the kitchen as the hub of the home upon which the rest of the living space is based.

The issue of wellbeing at work is a multi-faceted one, and it is a holistic look at wellbeing that needs to be addressed. There are many dimensions of wellbeing that include the physical, social, emotional and cognitive wellbeing of people. The key point here is that wellbeing in the workplace needs to consider the whole person – the body and the mind – and understand that wellbeing is a systemic issue.

This course discusses slips and fall accidents in the workplace, and the associated costs. The presentation identities the legislative guidelines and legal tests relating to the specification of slip resistance flooring and what slip resistant flooring actually is. The Static Coefficient of Friction is discussed as well as different test methods including the James Slip Machine and Pendulum Test. Regulations, according to OSHA, AIA, local state and city codes are defined.

...OR...

...OR...

...OR...

COURSE 2-B:

COURSE 3-B:

COURSE 4-B:

Karen Fravert PPG Industries IDCEC & AIA approved

David Stephenson Solar Reflections IDCEC approved

Stephanie Douglass Teknion IDCEC approved

T hi s PPG pres entati on discusses Frank Lloyd Wright - a true American icon, highly i nfl ue nti al ar chi t ect ural mas ter and all -around modern drea mer. It highlights the professional life of Wright, his influence on and achievements in modern design, and his body of work resulting from his time at Taliesin (West) with special focus on the color palette developed for Taliesin (West).

The objective of “Advantages of Nanotechnology Window Film” is to educate, explain and discuss the history, misconceptions, advantages and benefits of unique nanotechnolgy window films to the interior designer and their clients, and reveal the enhancement these unique products bring to the business of interior design. We will discuss how nanotechnology can help solve a few interior design concerns.

We don’t want to focus so much attention on reducing costs, the impact of technology, and making our buildings sustainable, that we forget who we are designing for…people. True, greener buildings are healthier for the occupant but that's not enough. Sitting stagnantly at a desk, staring at a computer all day is killing us faster than anything else. We need to refocus on the worker, and getting them engaged and empowering them to move business forward today.

Surfacing Solutions: Understanding the Material World

...OR... COURSE 1-B:

Frank Lloyd Wright-American Icon, Architectural Master, Modern Dreamer

Trends in Kitchen Design

Advantages of Nanotechnology Window Film (C/S)

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Wellbeing @ Work

Rise of the Human Factor

Safety by Design (C/S)

Where are we today with LED lighting?

Dean Brockob, LC, LEED-ap AIA approved Without question - there is tremendous interest and enthusiasm with LED sources today. Five years ago we had a source in its infancy, with very expensive products and lighting quality issues. Since then technology has improved considerably, and the acceptance of the LED technology has also grown. The presentation will also cover the most recent advances with LED technology in terms of optics, color performance, and lumen output.


SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 13th

(C/S) - Indicates the course is Codes & Standards

COURSE S-A

CEU opportunities

COURSE S-B

COURSE S-C

ENROLLMENT

Transparency to Sustainability (C/S)

Universal Design for a New Normal (C/S)

Digital Human-Centric Lighting

There are 2 ways to enroll!!!!

Marjorie Bosley Johnsonite

Lauren Gray Coleman Russell & Assoc.

Scott Hitt Gene Johnson Company

1. Enroll Online!

Sustainability has become such an enticing sales pitch that questions of legitimacy have been raised in some of the claims that products are making. This course will help you identify the certifications that verify that a resilient flooring product is compliant with the emissions testing standard referred to as CA 01350, and recognize which certifications for resilient flooring products are required to satisfy certain credits in LEED 2009 and what new type of disclosure format has been approved as a way to satisfy certain requirements in LEED v4.

Universal Design is not a new concept; however, it is time for a paradigm shift. This course prompts the question – should I be offering Universal Design solutions to all of my clients regardless of age or ability? This material provides compelling reasons for recommending Universal Design beyond the status quo. No longer limited to ADA product and an institutional look, you are empowered to exceed expectations with this new worldview.

IDCEC & AIA approved

IDCEC approved

IDCEC approved

For quick and easy enrollment, go to www.ASIDALABAMA.ORG, and look for the conference under “NEWS & EVENTS”, then select the appropriate category.

T his presentation is an introduction to Human Centric Lighting, to optimize design aesthetics, increase productivity, and improve the health and well-being of 2. Use the Mail-In form humans in an architectural To enroll via USPS and environment. personal check, you can use the Enrollment Form on the “Claiming that better lighting last page of this newsletter, can improve health is a big supposition. That said, it is and return to the address not outlandish to state that indicated. carefully designed lighting can aid, even correct, Whichever way you circadian rhythms in human choose, be sure to enroll beings.”, Stan Walerczyk, soon to reserve your spot!! CLEP

special events Past Presidents’ Council

Kick-Off Reception

Annual Member Meeting

Thursday 11:00 - 3:00

Thursday - 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Friday 11:15 - 12:45

Friday 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Have you ever wondered what happened to your past ASID Alabama chapter presidents once they leave their prestigious office in ASID? Well, we have now established the first ever past-president’s council where we put all of the great minds in one room to catch up and discuss what is going on in the ASID Alabama organization since they left. For the first time, we will have a structured meeting to elect a chairperson, discuss how this council will operate, and then hit the hard stuff (and we don’t mean wine). The council will take on a few projects each year to enhance the state chapter, and allow our chapter to reach heights that we have dreamed of for many years .

Hosted by Southern Fireplaces, the Kick-Off Reception will be the perfect way to jumpstart our 2014 conference experience. This year join the ASID PastPresidents, the current ASID Board of Directors, and meet the incoming members of the Board as we celebrate the beginning of our 2014 State Conference. This will be the time to catch up with old friends, make some new ones and just get ready for a wonderful weekend of education, networking, and design excellence. This gathering will be open to anyone attending the state conference.

The Annual Member Meeting is the one time each year when the entire chapter comes together to celebrate who we are, what we’ve achieved, and discuss where we’re going. You’ll hear from the Board of Directors as they provide you with insight into what’s going on behind the scenes, as well as The State of the Chapter report presented by the Chapter President, Bradley Logan, ASID, RID. This year we’re honored to have Elaine Berdaus Elder, Pres ident o f I lluminatio ns Lighting, and Michael Fortson, manager of the Illuminations showroom in Birmingham, join us to speak. We are looking forward to an excellent meeting, and hope to see each one of you there .

The Awards Gala is a chance to recognize and honor the outstanding work created by both our professional and student members. The awards being presented at the Gala include the Design Excellence Awards, the very prestigious Dr. Mary Ann Potter Educator Award, the 1st annual Daisy Bond Student Design Awards, and the Student Design Competition.

Awards Gala

Our dinner speaker, Juliet Carnoy, Community Team member for HOUZZ, will speak on the future of Interior Design. Our theme this year will be a "Wonderful World of Color" so come dressed in your brightest and best and have a wonderful time!

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Jillian Marks, ASID | Membership Director

membership UPDATE I hope you are all enjoying your summer and staying busy. Our membership numbers remain steady with a strong and active student base. Recent and upcoming graduates, congratulations on your accomplishment, and welcome to the profession! Now is the time to update your contact information and advance to Allied membership. You can do both on www.asid.org. ASID Alabama hopes to keep in touch with you as you leave school and move to find your first job. We can also help you get involved in one of our four design communities. ASID Alabama still needs volunteers in our North Central and South design communities to schedule monthly meetings. We would like to hold a workshop for design community volunteers at our state conference in September. If you think you might be interested in volunteering, this would be a good time to learn more about available positions and meet other volunteers. Please let me know if you would be interested in attending the workshop. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any membership questions or if you would like to become more involved in our chapter.

Jenny Fuller, Industry Partner ASID

Director-at-Large As summer comes to a close, we have many exciting opportunities planned for the Fall of 2014 and 2015. Our State Conference is right around the corner. We are looking forward to featuring many of our IP members and their products during our state conference. Additionally, we are evaluating many new opportunities for our IP sponsors to participate in upcoming events on many different levels. Stay tuned for more information!


T HE A MA ZING. . .

C o nve c t i o n -S t e a m O ve n Mary Rooney, ASID Professional Development Director

One of the latest advances in kitchen technology is the convection-steam oven. Steam's properties are known to preserve moisture and nutrients, and to even enhance flavor. With steam alone, cooking is faster, reheating does not dry out the food, no oil is needed for flavor enhancement or to prevent sticking, and energy use is diminished. The downside of only using steam is that it does not allow for browning food.

A combination convection-steam oven adds to the benefits of steam by using moisture and airflow in combination with heat. By using both automatic and customized functions, a cook can bake, roast or "fry" without fat. Simmering, sautéing, and boiling are also possible. Onions can be caramelized without fat, breads are crispy outside and moist inside, and meats are brown and moist. This oven can make three-pot dishes in one pot, and keep vegetables hot for extended periods of time without overcooking them. Prices of these convection-steam ovens can be high, but there are some practical advantages to them. They prepare food more quickly than a standard oven so food is ready faster, they allow for easier clean-up because the cook is able to prepare dishes in one pot that would ordinarily take several, and less food is wasted when left-overs come out of the oven tasting fresh and delicious. The amazing assortment of food that can be cooked in this oven makes it a cook's dream.

StudentRep

U P D AT E

Jessica Cobb, Allied ASID

For those students who have not yet graduated, I’m here to tell you that life is a whirlwind, and I’m sure other recent graduates would laughingly agree. But who doesn’t enjoy a roller coaster? I was fortunate enough to step right from college into my first job. Even after two internships, the “real world” is a box of surprises. With every day that passes, I learn more than I ever realized I could. What we don’t always realize is the importance of building strong relationships as students. Having strong contacts as a student, intern, and now junior designer has been my biggest advantage. Remember that only you can get where you want to go. Never be afraid to take on responsibility and give everything your all. I can guarantee that rewards will come your way as long as you stay focused on your goals. Recent graduates don’t forget to advance from student to allied membership. As your Student Rep. to the Board, I am always here to help in any way I can. Feel free to contact me via e-mail at JessicaLaurenCobb@gmail.com. ASID ALABAMA │ Summer 2014 │ PAGE 11


I N N O V A T I O N WaterColors the latest from our ASID Industry Partners

Benjamin Moore’s ADVANCE is a waterborne alkyd that delivers the application qualities and performance of conventional oil paints in a low-VOC formula. Available in unlimited colors in quarts and gallons, it's ideal for trim, doors, crown molding, baseboards and cabinets.

Aero-Rains TOTO's versatile Aero Shower System of rain showers and handshowers introduces its newest People-First Innovation–-AeroJet+ Technology–-to transform the daily shower into a luxurious experience that makes bathers feel cleaner and more alive, while conserving water. Available in Rain Showers, Hand Showers, and Body Sprays.

Smooth-Silky-Lux! Ladylux Pro builds on GROHE’s tradition. As the originator of the kitchen pull-out with main and prep sink faucets for your professional-grade kitchen. Ladylux Pro features an enhanced, streamlined profile and a comfortable locking dual-spray pulldown spray head. And of course, Ladylux Pro includes the smooth, precise action of Grohe SilkMove® technology. In addition, the forward rotation lever handle eliminates backsplash installation limits. Ladylux Pro is available in the professional’s choice Grohe RealSteel®. ASID ALABAMA │ Summer 2014 │ PAGE 12


beverly kissinger A CREATIVE LIFE A show displaying the breadth and variety of Beverly Kissinger’s art and graphic work will run September 9-26 in the 2nd floor of Doster Hall gallery. Work will include paintings, photographs, pen & ink drawings as well as marker and colored pencil work. A number of her personal holiday card designs as well as work for the College of Human Environmental Sciences are included. A reception will be held Sunday, September 21st from 2:00 to 4:00. She hopes to see some of her former students. If you’d like more information you may contact Beverly at bkissing@ches.ua.edu or b.a.kissing415@gmail.com.

ASID, IES and IALD Announce Friendship Agreement to Strengthen Greater Design Community The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) formally signed a cooperative Friendship Agreement with the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). Dozens of industry professionals were in attendance to listen to the respective leaders of the three associations. ASID Executive Vice President and CEO Randy Fiser opened the event with a warm introduction acknowledging the efforts the new partners put forth to make this day possible:

“This partnership between our respective professional practices directly affects the processes of interior construction, retrofitting and renovation. Moving forward, this agreement will be highlighted in our industry relations, public policy and legislative efforts, and educational outreach programs.”

IES President Daniel Salinas, IALD CEO Marsha Turner and IALD President Barbara Horton each discussed how the mutual participation and new level of industry collaboration will lead to a better professional environment for all three organizations. The Friendship Agreement also will ensure that the technical disciplines of lighting design, lighting application and interior design will be valued, supported and utilized at the local, state and federal levels.

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student

PERSPECTIVE T

Lauren Gane, Student ASID niversity of Alabama

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his summer I attended the Dwell on Design conference in Los Angeles, California. I have always been a fan of Dwell’s publications and when I found out ASID was partnering with Dwell, I knew I had to be there! The experience was incredible. Not only were there so many new and innovative products to see and learn about, there were amazing speakers talking about their experiences working in the industry which gave me wonderful insight into the direction and mindset I should consider when working on my projects and designing after graduation. One of my favorite experiences was being able to hear and speak with Johnathan Olivares, designer of the Aluminum chair for Knoll, and Brendan Revanhill, a Los Angeles based furniture, lighting, and product designer. Being a student interested in furniture design, this was a great opportunity to be able to hear them both discuss their own work and challenges they face when designing. It was wonderful being able to speak with them about what they would expect a young professional to know and skills they need to be able to accomplish. Whether the topic was Norwegian Design, Mega Prefab Homes, Designing a House for a Lifetime, Living Large in Small Spaces, or 3D printing, there was something for everyone interested in design. I took a great deal away from this opportunity and now have a fresh new perspective for my projects moving forward. Having enjoyed this opportunity as much as I did, I would highly recommend attending this conference to anyone in the design community, or anyone simply interested in design for that matter!

RealWorld DesignWeek ASID invites ALL members to join us for our national mentoring program. Date: Sunday, November 2, 2014 (All day) to Saturday, November 8, 2014 (All day) RealWorld DesignWeek is a national mentoring program offering both hands-on and online learning experiences to introduce students to the real world of interior design. The program is designed to educate the next generation of designers and provide them exposure to professional practices and access to career development training. RealWorld DesignWeek exists exclusively for ASID members. During the week ASID student members will visit the work locations of ASID designers, Industry Partner Representatives and educators to shadow for a day. Registration will open soon for designers, educators and industry partners. We thank you for supporting RealWorld DesignWeek and look forward to hearing about your shadow day experience! If you have questions around the program or would like to find out how you can get involved, we would love to hear from you! Please email rwdw@asid.org with any inquiries. ASID ALABAMA │ Summer 2014 │ PAGE 14


Calendar OF EVENTS AUGUST2014

ASID ALABAMA P.O. BOX 10983 BIRMINGHAM, AL 35202 T 205.441.8187 administrator@asidalabama.org WWW.ASIDALABAMA.ORG

President: Bradley Logan, ASID, RID president@asidalabama.org

President-Elect: Stacey Summerville, Allied ASID presidentelect@asidalabama.org

Finance: Beverly Kissinger, Allied ASID finance@asidalabam.org

Membership: Jillian Marks, ASID, RID membership@asidalabama.org

Communications: Lila Pryor-Frank, Allied ASID communications@asidalabama.org

Professional Development: Mary Rooney, ASID, RID Prof_development@asidalabama.org

Director-at-Large: Jenny Fuller, IP Representative ASID directoratlarge@asidalabama.org

Student Representative: Jessica Cobb, Student ASID studentrep@asidalabama.org

Chapter Administrator: Bryant Williams administrator@asidalabama.org

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For more information about any of these events go to www.asidalabama.org or click

HERE

OCTOBER2014

14 ADAC Tour with Bill Musso 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

3 Meeting: 10:00 AM ASID AL Board of Directors Location: Birmingham

14

7 NCIDQ last day to submit Fall 2014 Emergency Cancellation for PRAC

www.adacatlanta.com/events/327

ADAC Event: J. Nelson Presents Hamilton Conte Paris; 4:00-6:00 PM www.adacatlanta.com/events

14 ADAC Event: Zerolandfill ATLANTA www.adacatlanta.com/events 18 ADAC Event: 18th-22nd Pop-Up Sample Sale 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM www.adacatlanta.com/events 20

ADAC Event: Design Collective Presents “Accounting & Design” 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM www.adacatlanta.com/events

SEPTEMBER2014 12 ASID Alabama State Conference Friday and Saturday Location: Homewood 27 NCIDQ Practicum Exam

13 NCIDQ last day to submit written notice to CIDQ of concerns about PRAC test administration or environment. 16 NCIDQ Interior Design Fundamentals Exam (IDFX) and Interior Design Professional Exam (IDPX) Administered. 16th-25th 18 High Point Market 22 GREENBUILD Expo, 22nd-24th New Orleans, LA

NOVEMBER2014 2 RealWorld DesignWeek 2nd through 8th 14 Meeting: 11:00 AM Alabama Board for Registered Interior Designers Montgomery, AL


Non-ASID Student

 CEU 2-B

 CEU 1-B

 CEU 3-B

 CEU 3-A

1:45-2:45

 CEU 4-B

 CEU 4-A

3:00-4:00

Breakfast

 Continental

8:30 - 9:30

 CEU S-A

9:00 - 10:00

 CEU S-B

10:15 - 11:15

S a t u r d a y , S e p t e m b e r 1 3 t h - VW Gallerie at V&W Supply

A reception will precede the banquet from 5:00-6:00. There will also be an “After-Party” in the lobby at Aloft Hotel immediately following the banquet

Please indicate the number of people in each category for whom you are paying to attend the banquet.

25.00/hour

30.00/hour

Cost

 CEU S-C

12:00 - 1:30

30.00/hour Total Amount Enclosed:

25.00/hour

Non-members

I request vegetarian for all meals.

_______ X

Members

45.00 Non-IP Vendors

# attending __________ X

# of CEU Hours

25.00 Industry Partners (IP)

# attending __________ X All CEU’s are .01 hours.

30.00 Students’ Guest

0.00 Students

# attending __________ X # attending __________ X

45.00 Non-Members

# attending __________ X

Cost/each 35.00

Category

15.00 (if not attending at least 1 CEU)

_______ X

Non-members

ASID Members

Members

Cost

35.00

30.00 # of CEU Hours

Non-members

35.00

25.00 Members

Non-members

Members

# attending __________ X

Lunch/State of the Chapter FRIDAY 11:15 (NO CHARGE IF ATTENDING AT LEAST 1 CEU)

 CEU 2-A

 CEU 1-A

Awards Banquet - Friday, 6:00 - 9:00 PM

10:00-11:00

8:30 - 9:30

F r i d a y , S e p t e m b e r 1 2 t h - Rosewood Hall

All CEU’s are .01 hours.

Students pay only this fee; however, you must indicate any courses you are planning to attend below.

STUDENT FEE:

Required for practitioners attending one or more CEU’s. (Do not pay if only attending the Awards Banquet)

REGISTRATION FEE:

TOTALS

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