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Design Community

ASID New England Chapter Magazine

Issue Number 27 Fall 2014

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Design Community

ASID New England Chapter Magazine

Issue Number 27 Fall 2014

ON THE COVER: Tania Kratt, Allied ASID, of Tania Kratt Interiors, has been nominated for a UK and International Restaurant & Bar Design Award for her design of the Plate Restaurant in Burlington, VT.

Table of

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CHAPTER NEWS President’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

ASID NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER OFFICE 1 Design Center Place, Suite 544 Boston, MA 02210-2313 Tel: (617) 261-3995 Fax: (617)261-7591 ASIDNewEngland@gmail.com www.asidne.org

Board Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ASID New England Member Nominated for International Restaurant & Bar Design Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Editor’s Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 New Law Expands Interior Design Practice Rights in Massachusetts. . . . . . . . . . . 10 Welcome to the ASID New England 2014-2015 Board of Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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ASID Chapter Leadership Conference 2014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Event Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 2014 ASID New England Chapter Annual Meeting & Dinner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ASID Announces the 2014 Elevate Award Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Thank You 2014 Gala Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

EDITORIAL STAFF

MiDC Supporters Play Ball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Editor Diana Kennedy, Allied ASID

Professional Development Opportunities with ASID GO PRO/NYC . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Welcome New Members. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Writers Amy Natola, Allied ASID Christina Patton, ASID

I on Design Business Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

CHAPTER ADMINISTRATOR

INDEX OF ADVERTISERS

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Design Community magazine is published quarterly for the ASID New England Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers by DSA Publishing & Design, Inc. Editorial content and the Design Community magazine are controlled and owned by the New England Chapter of ASID. Reproduction of this publication in whole, in part, in any form is strictly prohibited without the written permission of the New England Chapter of ASID.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Jeanne Finnerty, ASID (617) 241-2255 Jeanne@finnertydesign.com President-Elect Cheryl Morrison, Allied ASID (978) 927-2005 cheryl@morrisonremodeling.com

Adaptations - (noun) a change, the process of changing It has been an eventful year for our NE Chapter. Many changes came our way – the Society-

Financial Director Jill Janasiewicz, Allied ASID jillj1@verizon.net

revised strategic plan – changes on our Board of Directors – and ASID 2.0. It took a strong team approach and continuous communication to work out the challenges. I want to send a big thank-you to Lisa Bonneville, Barbara Bradlee, and Lynda Onthank for their support and words

Communications Director Shalini Sookar, Allied ASID (617) 223-7240 shalini.sookar@gmail.com Professional Development Director To be filled 9/30/14 (See article on page 10)

of wisdom, and to Cheryl Morrison for taking the reins for our President-elect, Lisa Buyuk.

Our board, committees, and volunteers have a long list of accomplishments this year – a new chapter Fellow, Jane Garland Lucas; out-of-state events in Maine and Vermont, three successful fundraisers for MiDC; and two awesome student events organized by our student representative, Jessica O’Regan – to name a few.

It takes a village – and I appreciate all of our volunteer members that keep this chapter running Emerging Professionals Director Eric Haydel, Allied ASID (617) 562-6027 emhdesigninc@gmail.com

with their new ideas and creative energy. The incoming board has been working through the summer months planning for the 2014-15 year. Their dedication to our chapter is so appreciated. I look forward to the events next year, including the Chapter Leadership Conference to be hosted in Boston next summer!

Membership Director Sheryll Strohl-Hammett, ASID (617) 469-6880 sheryllhammett@comcast.net

Thank you, New England members, for the privilege you have given me to serve our chapter this past year. I have been rewarded with many new friends, business opportunities, professional development, and a renewed sense of pride in this extraordinary profession of interior

Director At Large Alinka Amoroso, ASID Industry Partner (617) 350-0836 aamoroso@knoll.com

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Jeanne Finnerty, ASID Student Representative Jessica O’Regan joreg511@gmail.com

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Board Messages Cheryl Morrison, Allied ASID

Jill Janasiewicz, Allied ASID

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First, I would like to thank Lisa Buyuk for all of her hard work, which has made my job of taking over this position much easier! I would also like to thank the Board of Directors for their vote of confidence that I could effectively lead our Society forward with ASID 2.0. You may have heard the term ASID 2.0 and wondered what it was all about. In a nutshell, it is template for reversing the downward trend of our membership numbers, renewing our commitment to research in the interior design industry, and revitalizing our strategies to engage and include the Y generation while keeping our Baby Boomers and Gen Xers involved and committed. Not too difficult, eh? There are a number of videos available on asid.org that talk about where we are as a society, how did we get here, what our options are moving forward and what our national board has decided to do, ultimately resulting in what they call ASID 2.0. I would strongly encourage all of you to view these videos. You can find the links on the Home page of our website. With the introduction of ASID 2.0 and the National Board restarting the threeyear strategic plan to begin with the 2014-2015 year rather than the 2015-2016 year, I have spent the better part of the summer developing our chapter’s strategic plan (SP). Many thanks to our planning team: Jeanne Finnerty, Holly Vogel, Rachel Pike, Eric Haydel, Nina Hayes, Jennifer Bardsley, Alinka Amorosa, and Jill Janasiewicz. As a group, we completed our first brainstorming session in time for the Chapter Leadership Conference (see article included in this newsletter). Several workshops focused on developing the strategic plan, as well as offered first hand direction from members of our National Board of Directors. Once we arrived back in Boston, the SP team reconvened and with new knowledge and renewed enthusiasm, finalized the tactics and strategies for our chapter. I believe that we have developed a comprehensive plan for our chapter that will be a great springboard for revitalizing and growing our chapter here in New England. Once approved by the current Chapter Board of Directors it will be available to view on our website. In conjunction with the SP, as President-elect, I am charged to develop a budget that supports the plan. The decision was made in preplanning, that we needed to rethink how we develop our budgets to support and expand our memberships and its’ offerings to our members. Rather than laying the burden almost solely on the President-elect and Finance Director, I opted to pull a team together to work on the budget. This team consisted of the chairs/cochairs of our major events, the current President, the future President-Elect and of course the Finance Director. We believe that by implementing this process the chapter will now have a leadership team that truly understands and supports the budgeting process. Thus resulting in a stronger budget and a more finically sound chapter for the future.

As a new year for our chapter approaches, I am excited with the new ASID 2.0 direction we received when we attended the CLC in Los Angeles. It will be an exciting journey for all of us. I have moved into the Finance Chair in the past couple of months. I will miss the event planning but I will support our new chair, Alinka. This move brings me back to my earlier days. I attended Bentley University and received a BS in Finance and worked in corporate finance for over 10 years. So it is back to P&Ls for me. I look forward to seeing you at the Business Conference which will be held on November 4th this year. As you know (and this will be my last time saying this), you need 10 credit hours for this reporting period.

Sheryll Strohl-Hammett, ASID Director of Membership This is my last board report for this magazine as your Director of Membership on the New England Chapter of Board of Directors. It doesn't mean, however, that I won't still be in the picture. I will support the next Director of Membership, Jen Bardsley, in her new role. I will continue to encourage and support our members in all their endeavors. Please participate in the ASIDNE activities and events since they are planned solely for your benefit. Many Best Wishes to you all!

Shalini Sookar, Allied ASID Director of Communications Time flies. Another year is about to begin, with another group of board members. This year I am both honored and excited to be working with this talented group. We have a great year ahead of us! With so many informative and fun events planned to bring our design community together. You can now find us on all of your favorite social media sites. Stay updated and see what we're up to on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram. So connect with us, we'd love to hear from you!

Alinka Amoroso, ASID Industry Partner Director of Professional Development

In closing, I would like to say that I am very much looking forward to the upcoming year. I welcome comments and suggestions, constructive criticism and of course pats on the back☺ My email address is cheryl@morrisonremodeling.com. If you would like to meet with me, please feel free to email me.

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Alinka Amoroso will be assuming this position on September 30 (see article on page 10) and will contribute her board letter in the Winter issue.


Eric Haydel, Allied ASID Emerging Professional Affairs Chair I start my board message with bit of a heavy heart, I want to thank ASIDNE Presidents: Jane Hassan, Marybeth Haggerty and Jeanne Finnerty for allowing me to serve on the Board of Directors these past two and a half years. This position is one of only two board positions that are appointed directly by the president. My journey as Emerging Professionals chair has been met with welcoming faces, new ideas and infectious energy within our chapter. I am grateful to many of you for the opportunities and friendships that have come to be over these past few years. The roles of our Emerging Professionals are key to the success of the Society and to the future of our design network. Please continue to mentor and encourage our students and EPs to discover the great things that membership offers. Remember we at ASID are the “Core of the Design Network.” I look forward to my next tasks that are before me, serving you as your 40th Chapter President-Elect and President in 2015-16. I welcome your suggestions and dialog along the way, I’ll see many of you very soon!

Alinka Amoroso, ASID Industry Partner Director at Large It was an honor and a privilege to serve on the ASIDNE Board of Directors this past year. I have met many new members throughout the year and have enjoyed working with all the dedicated committee members and volunteers.

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And the future looks bright. My term as Director at Large will end on Sept 30th, and I am happy to announce that I will continue on the Board of Directors in my new role as Professional Development Director! The planning for the 2014 Business Conference is well underway and we have a new downtown venue, a great keynote speaker and many educational CEUs planned for our members. A student track is being developed as well, so, if you are an educator, please make note of the date, Tuesday, November 4th – and give your class a day of education outside of class time! Please send me your ideas for the year ahead. How can our organization help? I look forward to see you at the Business Conference!

Jessica O'Regan, Student ASID Student Representative to the Board As my time on the Board of Directors comes to a close, I would like to thank the members of ASID New England for the exciting and rewarding opportunity to serve as Student Representative. From holiday parties and weekend retreats to CEUs and design competitions, I have truly enjoyed my time on the Board. ASID has helped me to connect with fellow designers and to expand my professional network, but most importantly, it has taught me the value of becoming involved! Prior to serving on the Board, I was unaware of how my ASID membership could benefit and inspire me. As a student, I was hesitant and perhaps intimidated to attend professional events, but after one or two, I realized I had nothing to fear and that it was surprisingly easy to connect with designers. With school back in session and students settling into their regular routine, I want to reiterate the importance of becoming involved in the amazing design community that ASID New England has to offer!

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ASID New England Member Nominated for International Restaurant & Bar Design Award By Diana Kennedy, Allied ASID Tania Kratt, Allied ASID, of Tania Kratt Interiors, has been nominated for a UK and International Restaurant & Bar Design Award for her design of the Plate Restaurant in Burlington, VT. The UK and International Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, now in its sixth year, receives entries from the UK and world's top architects, designers, and hospitality operators. The competition is judged by some of the most influential personalities in design, hospitality & lifestyle in the world.

Kratt discovered the competition while doing research for her design for Plate, submitted her entry once professional photos were taken, and was delighted when her entry was accepted in the “International Restaurant” category.

She endeavored to create a modern bent to the Stowe, Vermont traditional character, one often beleaguered with skiing-inspired and wintry rustic interiors. Her clients wanted a Californiainfused menu as a nod to their native city, which in turn inspired the East/West fusion design.

The 200 year-old building presented challenges to the space, not the least of which was a nonexistent kitchen. In order to create the open kitchen Kratt and her clients desired, the plumbing design was crucial. The end result is a beautiful white kitchen with a window looking out to the river. Four lucky diners can sit at counter seating created by a remnant piece of white Danby marble and watch the kitchen at work.

In addition, a 20-foot long bar with seating, a middle booth section, and additional seating by the window all had to be configured within a tight 30 foot space while remaining ADA compliant. Benches were designed along the window wall with front legs only, so that the back of the bench could sit atop a soffit that anchored the seat and saved valuable floor space.

“One of my philosophies is to reuse or repurpose items whenever possible,” Kratt states. To demonstrate that philosophy, she commissioned an exceptional lighting designer from Brooklyn to create wood chandelier with 30 Edison bulbs to hang over the middle booth area with wood reclaimed

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from a barn in New York State. She used antique pressure gauges as handles for the draft pulls, vintage wooden boxes from a harmonica factory as utensil

Editor’s Welcome

holders, and a repurposed wooden corn grinder as the host stand. After By Diana Kennedy, Allied ASID removing the crank and installing a remnant slab of black granite as a new top, the new host stand offers a warm touch to patrons as they arrive.

Personal touches can be found throughout the restaurant based on the clients’ input. Children’s artwork drawn by the offspring of the couples’ friends lines the hallway to the restrooms. 80’s DVD cases are used as check clips in the restaurant, and vintage album covers serve as menu backs.

Tania’s next project is a large (11,000 sq ft) co-working office space in Burlington, VT.

The 2014 International Restaurant & Bar Design Awards ceremony will be held in London on September 25th at the Old Truman Brewery in East London. Taschen Books, headquarted in Germany, has published a book about the Awards.

Lately, every time I spend time with my fellow designers, there’s a renewed sense of energy that permeates our conversations. Business is picking up and everyone is so busy, busy, busy, which is indeed a welcome change to hear after the struggles reported in recent years. In fact, everyone is so busy that I don’t get to see them as much – I suppose that’s a double edged sword but I’ll gladly take it over the alternative. There’s a new energy to ASID as well. Over the summer at the Chapter Leadership Conference in Los Angeles, our leaders at National launched the new ASID 2.0 strategy for member programs and services outlined on page 12 which will work towards making the Society’s message more cohesive throughout all of its chapters. Here in New England, we have not one, but two magnificent events designed to both honor and enrich our members: the revived Annual Meeting during which we will recognize the achievements of newly inducted Fellow Jane Garland Lucas (page 13), and the I on Design Business Conference (page 22) which always proves to be ASIDNE’s most concentrated educational affair of the year. Lastly, the MiDC has been experiencing more forward momentum than ever with the passing of Bill H 4303, which will allow interior designers in Massachusetts to bid on government contracts. So while you are keeping busy, be sure to keep active in your ASID membership to help you remain focused and updated on the latest your beloved profession. Plus, it’s a great excuse to see friends you’ve been too busy to see. Enjoy the issue.

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New Law Expands Interior Design Practice Rights in Massachusetts ASID plays pivotal role in ending unfair labor restrictions for interior designers By Design Community Staff Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts has signed into law the Interior Design Bidding Bill H. 4303, which establishes the right of designers to bid as the prime contractor on state contracts and recognizes the profession of interior design within the state of Massachusetts. The new law also establishes a defined scope of work for designers, opening up opportunities for qualified design professionals to compete for design work in code-impacted spaces. The new law takes effect 90 days from the date of the bill’s passing on August 21, 2014.

Your contribution will be appreciated not only by interior design professionals but by the thousands of determined interior design students who study each and every day to become qualified design professionals. Please go to http://midc.wildapricot.org/donate to donate online. Thanks for your support and encouragement as we continue to win the battle of legal recognition for interior designers in the great state of Massachusetts. Sincerely,

“This is a monumental victory not only for members of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), but also for the profession as a whole,” said ASID Vice President of Government and Public Affairs Don Davis. “This law allows designers to expand their businesses, utilize their skills to make a lasting impact on state-initiated design and construction projects, and to benefit the state’s economy.” ASID and its members, in alliance with the Massachusetts Interior Design Coalition (MiDC), played a pivotal role in advocating for this legislation, which removes unfair restrictions that had prevented Massachusetts interior designers from competing for code-impacted design work in the state. MiDC President Christina Oliver, ASID, released a statement regarding the monumental achievement with the following letter:

Christina Oliver, ASID ASID, MiDC, and its members applaud Gov. Patrick and the Massachusetts Legislature for their support on this issue. For more information on ASID Government and Public Affairs efforts, please contact gpa@asid.org.

Please welcome the ASID New England 2014-2015 Board of Directors

Dear Friends, I am thrilled to announce that HB 4303, has been signed by Governor Deval Patrick today and will become law in 90 days! This bill establishes a scope of work for interior designers, and authorizes interior designers to have the right to bid on state projects as "prime contractor" on non-load bearing projects in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Over the past few decades interior designers in Massachusetts have been fighting for legal recognition as design professionals in the built environment. MiDC, with the dedicated support of The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), has worked tirelessly to introduce legislation and move it along through the House and Senate. After years of battling opposition and meeting many honorable Massachusetts state legislators, our time has finally come. This is the first time ever that interior designers have been recognized as design professionals in the State of Massachusetts. Although this is not a licensure or certification bill, this is an enormous achievement, one that took hours of work, steadfast commitment to our goals, and the financial support of you, ASID and IIDA both local and national. As President of MiDC, I ask that you spread the word about our success, support us financially and get ready to celebrate our success during our "Celebratory Campaign" beginning in September. Our work is not done.

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President: Cheryl Morrison, Allied ASID, Interior Designer at Morrison Remodeling and Repairs LLC President-Elect: Eric M. Haydel, Allied ASID, Principal Eric M. Haydel Design, Inc. Director of Membership: Jennifer Bardsley, ASID, Principal Jennifer Bardsley Interior Design Director of Finance: Jill Janasiewicz, Allied ASID, Senior Interior Designer at Eric M. Haydel Design, Inc. Director of Professional Development: Alinka Amoroso, ASID Industry Partner, KnollStudio Account Manager, Knoll Inc. Director of Communications: Shalini Sookar, Allied ASID, Interior Designer at Akerus Design Director at Large: Rosemary Porto, ASID Industry Partner, Senior Designer and Sales Manager at Poggenpohl


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ASID Chapter Leadership Conference 2014 By Cheryl Morrison, Allied ASID / Eric Haydel, Allied ASID For six members of the ASIDNE board, Boston to Los Angeles is quite the hike for the ASID National Chapter Leadership Conference (CLC) and Dwell on Design LA. “Though as individuals we traveled across country, we returned united and a committed team,” said soon-to-be President Cheryl Morrison. Fellow board members in attendance from across the Society’s 48 Chapters where energized by the innovative programs being developed for the membership and the renewed commitment of the national office and board through ASID 2.0. President-CEO of ASID, Randy Fiser, talked about the current state of our Society and the national strategic plan, ASID 2.0. In his opening remarks Fiser said, “We are the only organization that serves all specialties with in the design profession, and we will continue to develop programs and services to increase those values to our communities.” As a direct result of the all of the local chapter strategies and tactics are required to mesh with and support the goals and objectives of our Society’s national strategy. The members that were in attendance: Cheryl Morrison, President, Eric Haydel, President-Elect, Jennifer Bardsley, Membership Director, Jill Janasiewicz, Finance Director, Rosemary Porto, Director-At-Large and Holly Vogel, Student Representative to the Board. Upon arrival Thursday morning, each board member had the opportunity to meet with other colleagues which hold the same position in their respective chapters for brainstorming and idea sharing. This session opened the door for a great “get to know you” event, furthering the Society's opportunity for each board member meet and converse with like board members from other chapters and expand our reach across the country. The evening keynote address, presented by Elisa Webb Hill, Partner, Sandhill Consulting, offered those in attendance a greater look into the relationships within our Society. As a “value not volume,” driven organization it is important to understand and to capitalize on the dynamics of our Baby Boomers through Gen X and Gen Y membership. These demographics are the foundation for the direction in which the Society must move. Our ability to customize our wants and needs is the driving force behind our client relationships and should also be the driving force of what we offer to our own members, said Webb Hill. “It takes courage to step out and be different from everybody else,” said Fiser. This idea was reflected in the overall theme of the three days of workshops that followed. The board

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had the opportunity to visit the Dwell on Design show floor, which hosted over 125 nationally and internationally recognized brands within the design profession. The three day conference culminated in the Society’s Annual meeting presented by our National President, Rachelle Schoessler Lynn, ASID, Susan Globus, FASID and Foundation Chair and Fiser. As exciting as it was to hear about the Society’s plans for the future, ASID 2.0 and the new focused direction of the organization, nothing compared to the announcement that Boston would be hosting the 40th Annual Chapter Leadership Conference and Celebration, the National Awards Gala in the Summer of 2015.

Event

Calendar September 17 – 27

Rhode Island Design Week

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ASID New England Annual Meeting and Dinner

October 1- 2

BDC Design Days

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IDCD: Interior Design Career Day at District Hall

November 4

“I” on Design Business Conference


Members and Friends are Cordially Invited to the

2014 ASID New England Chapter Annual Meeting & Dinner Celebrating 39 years: Past, Present & Future

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 5:30 - 8:00pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 8:00pm

Cocktails & Silent Auction Small Plates Buffet Dinner Speakers & Chapter Leadership Awards Reception Auction Check Out

Boston Design Center Seminar Room, Suite 548 Featured Speaker Suzan Globus, FASID, NJCID 0002, LEED AP ID+C Chair, ASID Foundation Past President, ASID National Our chapter is delighted to host Past National President and 2014 ASID Foundation Chair, Suzan Globus, FASID, NJCID 002, LEED AP ID+C, who will offer a perspective on evidence-based research and its positive impact on the interior design profession and allied industries.

Featured Honoree Jane Garland Lucas, FASID, IIDA, RID Texas 2014 ASID National Council of Fellows Inductee 30-year ASID New England Chapter Member (Prior to relocating to Austin,TX) Our chapter is honoring one of its own as a 2014 Council of Fellows inductee, Jane Garland Lucas, FASID, IIDA, RID Texas, for her over 35 year history of leadership as a ground breaking award winning designer, college educator, chapter president, student advocate, legislative coalition president, and volunteer to the New England and Texas chapters of ASID.

Silent Auction A Silent Auction will be held with donations of goods and services generously donated by our valued members. Find a listing of the auction items at ASIDNE.ORG beginning August 26th.

Proceeds to Benefit the ASID Foundation

For More Information Call: 617-261-3995

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ASID Announces the 2014 Elevate Award Winners: Recipients Represent a Wide Array of Design Specialties By Design Community Staff The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) announced in June the Society’s 2014 Elevate Award winners — designers whose work was singled out as exceptional not only by their chapters, but also by a national jury, from among their peer chapter award recipients. The following five designers received their awards on June 21 at Celebration: The ASID Awards Gala: Jessica Dellenbach, ASID, Kahler Slater Inc., Healthcare Jodi Gillespie, ASID, Jodi Gillespie LLC Interior Design, Residential Kimberly S. Jansen, Allied ASID, Strollo Architects, Institutional Andre Staffelbach, ASID, Staffelbach, Office/Corporate Cameron L. Wilson, ASID, LS3P Associates Ltd., Hospitality The ASID Elevate Awards recognize those who have contributed significantly to the interior design profession through work that has enhanced people’s lives. ASID created the Elevate Awards to bring national attention to designers whose accomplishments already had received acclaim from their chapters. “These designers each have established strong reputations locally for their excellence,” said Randy Fiser, ASID executive vice president and CEO. “Now we want to elevate their profile and share their good work and ideas with designers throughout the country.” Jessica Dellenbach, with her team at Kahler Slater in Milwaukee, planned and designed an outpatient clinic to support a new model of care for the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation (UWMF). UWMF stipulated that the clinic support the new concept of patient self-rooming, an innovation in clinics designed to alleviate wait times and maximize efficiency. The clinic also required imaging, lab and physical therapy services as well as health education spaces. Plus, the design had to achieve LEED certification. This design has reduced staff footsteps by 83 percent, improved patient satisfaction by 25 percent and won this year’s Elevate Award for Healthcare. Residential Elevate Award winner Jodi Gillespie earned her honor for updating a mid-century modern home to 2014, while preserving its historic aesthetic. Gone are the maid and chauffeur's rooms, replaced by a kitchen — enlarged for multiple cooks — and a guest suite. A new oversized pocket door opens in an original oakclad wall, connecting the sitting, living and dining rooms, for which existing furniture was restored. Gillespie and the team from her self-named Greater Minneapolis firm added a Japanese soaking tub and separate shower with transom window. They incorporated careful details throughout, including period light fixtures, ripple-

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fold window treatments, and terrazzo kitchen floor tiles to match the original entry hall floor. Strollo Architects’ Kimberly S. Jansen, recipient of the Institutional Elevate Award, faced the challenge of integrating a new addition with the wellworn, 1950s-style Joshua Dixon Elementary School in Columbiana, Ohio, while respecting the original architecture and interior design. Jansen and her team matched the addition’s exterior to existing brick work and modeled its architecture on the ‘50s style. They installed a standing seam metal roof on the original building and continued it on the new structure. The team based the interior color scheme on the school colors of red and white, but added blue, green, yellow and orange highlights to create a bright K-4 look. On the floors, they used a ‘50s-style pattern. Andre Staffelbach, a principal at the Dallas-based Staffelbach firm, and his team took a client’s workplace from almost entirely private, enclosed offices to an open layout with great opportunity for collaboration and interaction. How? By allotting ample space to traffic and gathering areas, constructing meeting rooms of clear glass walls, designing workspaces without panel systems and using low desks separated by tall bookcases or storage units to delineate team spaces. A new café, with a full-service kitchen, functions as an informal meeting room and venue for staff interaction. Contemporary amenities and technologies combine with classic elements to create this Office/Corporate Elevate Award winner. Winner of the Elevate Award for Hospitality, Cameron L. Wilson is a principal with LS3P Associates Ltd. in Charleston, South Carolina. Wilson and his team renovated a Shrine Temple from the early 1960s into a high-end private yacht club. Traditional detailing reflects Charleston’s rich architectural in this building transformation. New expansive windows replaced solid walls to highlight extraordinary water views. Nautical details woven into custom-designed carpets and decorative lighting carry a maritime theme throughout. Although the building’s foundation made a new masonry fireplace impossible, Wilson and team installed a metal fireplace, applied firebrick to the interior and clad the exterior with marble, providing both a technically and aesthetically viable solution. Congratulations to the award winners!


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ASID New England Awards Gala Celebrating Achievements of the New England Design Community

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Please help us identify the top designers, architects, educators, emerging professionals and industry partners in New England. Let us know who has an outstanding body of work, who uses design as a tool to improve and enhance experiences, who you think is most deserving of this prestigious award as we Celebrate Achievements of the New England Design Community.

SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATIONS NOW All nominations and supporting materials are due by Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 For More Information Visit: ASIDNE.ORG SAVE THE DATE Thursday, March, 2015 16

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MiDC Supporters Play Ball By Design Community Staff The Massachusetts Interior Design Coalition celebrated a successful year at a fundraiser at Fenway park on tuesday August 19th. On August 21st, the HB 4303 was signed by Governor Patrick. The new law allows interior designers to bid on state government contracts.

Earl Battle of Mount Ida College and Rose BottiSalitsky, Past MIDC President

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By Design Community Staff Join ASID for the fourth annual GO PRO/NYC, September 18–19, 2014, in New York City. Specifically developed for emerging design professionals, GO PRO/NYC provides the perfect setting to inspire your work and launch your career. Learn from industry thought leaders, connect with design professionals, and engage with members of the ASID national team — all with Manhattan as your backdrop. Embark with ASID on a journey to launch your career with everything that GO PRO/NYC has to offer: • PROfessional Development: Discover and learn to convey “The Brand of You” with Aga Artka, Allied ASID, LEED AP, and Jenny Schrank, Allied ASID, and then practice your skills at networking activities hosted or curated by GO PRO. • PROcess: Gain professional perspective by following one designer’s path to success as presented by Krista Ninivaggi, founder of K&CO and Contract’s 2014 Designer of the Year. • PROduct: Learn about Biomimicry, the innovative design approach that aims to build sustainable solutions based on strategies in nature. Architect, designer and educator Janus Welton, LEED AP BD+C, AIA, and chemist Mark Dorfman of Biomimicry NYC discuss some of the latest trends, including solar cells inspired by leaves. • PRO Bono: Marvel as an executive from the Make It Right foundation, founded by Brad Pitt in 2007, describes how the organization builds LEED Platinum certified, Cradle to Cradle-inspired homes and buildings for communities in need. • PROject: Experience a ground-breaking design undertaking with one of its lead designers. (TBD) The registration fee includes access to all conference sessions, as well as breakfast and lunch each day. Each attendee also will receive a free ticket to the closing reception at Axor NYC Design Studio Friday evening (food and beverages provided). Upon completion of the program, attendees will receive up to 0.8 IDCEC-approved CEU credits.

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The New England Chapter of ASID Welcomes our Newest Members The ASID New England Board of Directors on behalf of our entire membership heartily thank our Industry Partners. We wish to extend a warm welcome to the following who recently joined. Industry Partners Donna Neligon of J.D. Staron Jennifer Thibodeau of The Clean Bedroom Jill Kelly of FLOR, Inc. Beth Doehner of Kohler Kitchen & Bath Michael Imperatore of Hafele Americas Irene Anna Marconi of Irene Marconi Janice Rosenblum of Fabric Place Basement Nancy Go of Wayfair Steven Brand of Wolfer’s Lighting Jill Adler of Discover Tile Philip Mambro of Design Studio 180 Matt Robinson of Theodore Alexander Bob Talbot of PHI Home Design Paige Plourde of Wilsonart LLC. James Bertelsen of Global Views Prudence Santore of Cosentino John Huston of Wildwood Lamps Linda J. Sbrogna of Sbrogna’s Artistic Pro Al Bias of Select Blinds Maxine Corbett of Miromar Design Center Tracy Robinson of The Merry Window Allison Birkmeyer of ARDEX Americas Julie + Kevin Gannor of Gannon Sales Agency Daniel Murphy of Salamander Design Andy Rice of American Standard Marc Novitch of Arteriors Home Carol Reisner of Arteriors Home Donna Snover of Williams-Sonoma

To the following new members ASID New England extends an enthusiastic welcome. We invite you all to join us at our events and to participate in our wonderful chapter. Professional Members Barbara Sternau

Allied Members Brady-Anne Cushing Amanda Drew Melissa Hammond Judith P. Meaney Kayleigh Fraser Donna Kruse

Associate Members Heather Rose Marshall Susan M. Hayward

The following is a list of students who became members in 2014 Students Erica Morgan Long Susan S. Truesdale Alexandra Aral Nicole Carlin Kate Hermann Manuel Ferandez Kim Boutwell Erin Kelleher Tiffany Markoski Madilyn Rankin Eileen Sabatalo Hilary Marshall Chelcie Trask Mary Schambach Kristen LaLond Elizabeth Cotton Monica Johnson Page Siobhain Jessica Holmes Andrea Perugini Regan Marie Myrick Courtney Gould Michele Zajkowski Rebecca Nicole Rowan Mariah Couture Meredith Mack Jian Mei Lin Cordelia Gutierrez Sarah Burgess Patric Cash Peterson Elizabeth Raymond Samantha N. Jones Lyne S. Maureen Christine Elizabeth Havey Christine Theresa Troski Erin Murphy Hoye

Stephanie Marie Kratz Michael Victor Sansevero Samantha Ullian Rayna Spellman Carol Dacier Anthony Cignarella Katrina Eliadis Laurie Seubert Rebecca Andrea Bohis Ryan Sullivan Tirrell Daniele Hawkins Holly Elise Vogel Elizabeth A. Balestrer Caitlin M. Dingley Lisa Hershman Sarah Medina Ashley Douglas Melissa Popovic Kerri Findlay Laura Tomlinson Milan Alissa Baudelaire Allison Lee Faria Alexandra MacMillan Lynda Replogle Margaret Morris Mary Jane Schotte Angela Marie Malkin Kristen A. Shallish Amanda McCracken Sasha Marie Mulcahey Jonathan Andrew Chinnici Carolyn Kotowski Luis Fernando Araque Aprilyn Arca Erin Hanssler

To all of you we extend our BEST WISHES. Please look to ASIDNE for support, guidance, and encouragement. We look forward to spending time with you.

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