June 2018 Print

Upcoming Events

06.21 - [Waukesha]: DESIGN SPEAKS annual meeting


Join IIDA WI at our annual meeting and meet your 2018/19 IIDA WI Board of Directors!  We will have appetizers and wine/beer, as well as a speaker who will share information on the estate, its rich history and the various programs offered through the Ten Chimney’s Foundation. Visit the exhibits within the Welcome Center and learn about Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne - largely considered the greatest acting team in American Theater.  

08.16 - [Madison]: On Par with IIDA 2018 
Save the date for our annual golf outing at the Oaks!  More information and registration to follow.


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Advocacy - Sign the Petition

Wisconsin has had an interior design law since 1995, with no major changes to that law since then. Through the cooperative efforts of IIDA Wisconsin and ASID Wisconsin, we’re hoping to build support to improve it.  By signing the petition, you not only show your support for the interior design profession, but are also signing up to receive important upcoming news about any advocacy issues in Wisconsin.

Please click here to sign a petition to show your support for the interior design profession in Wisconsin! 

Every interior designer should be an advocate for their profession. This simple step of signing a petition allows you to make your voice heard and be the first to receiveupdates about legislative issues in Wisconsin.

Many thanks for your support of our profession and industry.

Thank you for all of those who attended the live IIDA and ASID of Wisconsin statewide discussions!  Stay tuned for more ways to get invovled in advocacy throughout the year.  

As Interior Design professionals, we are accustomed to taking risks and dealing with complexity. On a daily basis, we are pressed to keep up with ever-changing technologies, juggle competing priorities and meet impossible deadlines.

Yet when it comes to taking action to advance the practice, many designers feel overwhelmed. The entire topic can seem too complicated, too political, too abstract. It doesn’t have to be. Please read the attached brochure to learn about a few simple actions every Designer can take that will have a direct positive influence on the practice in our own communities and as a whole.


Know how to talk about what you do as an Interior Designer and look for opportunities to share that knowledge with others.


Keep up with current best practices and stay involved in the conversation.


Understand how the legal recognition of Interior Design impacts the profession, how it applies in other states and what it could mean for our state.




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Fill out the volunteer survey or connect with a committee chair to join the fun!



Please note, login information for iida.org and iidawi.org are different. Please be sure to use the user name and password that corresponds with each individual/independent site.

For iidawi.org the user name is typically the email that you have listed on your registration and the password of your choice. If you have trouble logging on, please send an email to info@iidawi.org and we can double check your email and reset your password.



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