Registration Opens for ASID's Gather Event This September
Washington, DC, April 12, 2022-Registration is now open for the first national conference for interior design in more than a decade. Gather, the National Conference by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), will be held in Miami, Florida, September 21 to 24.
As Americans have reimagined their living and working spaces over the past two years, interior design has shifted and been elevated to new levels of importance. Open to ASID members and non-members alike, Gather will offer a space for all sectors of interior design-practitioners, educators, students, and design enthusiasts, to explore how design is shaped by the social and cultural context of our times.
Gather will offer a space for all those who touch the interior design community to network, learn, discuss, and socialize in person. The conference events and agenda will be centered around four key pillars impacting interior designers: the changing work environment; adaptive and multi-generational living; leading through challenging times; and climate, health and equity, including diversity and inclusion. Each session will dive deeper into core topics, presenting new ideas, solutions and resources to strengthen the interior design business and practice. This programming will also explore untraditional formats that energize attendees and facilitate interaction with featured speakers.
In addition to the experiential programming, Gather will host ASID industry partners through creative, interactive installations designed to encourage collaboration between interior designers and manufacturers.
Also unique to Gather is ASID’s stewardship of students entering the profession. The 2022 conference will mark the return of the ASID National Student Summit (commonly referred to as
Scale). Scale is the only national event for design students, offering them learning and engagement, and a chance to connect with one another and mentors in the field.
The conference will be held at the InterContinental Miami Hotel, with satellite events being held throughout the week at exciting venues around the city, including Nikki Beach.
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