ASID is an organization that:
Identifies interior designers by the results and benefits they bring to the built environment through their specialized design skills and sound business practices
Is vital to the success of the interior design community through shared knowledge and collective action
Gives interior designers the strategic tools to impact behavior and performance beyond client expectations
Is the catalyst for understanding and managing changing work and home environments
Student chapter membership in ASID offers students the opportunity to belong to the largest association representing interior designers, industry partners, and students. Through their membership, students can participate in a wide variety of learning experiences and programs which compliment their academic training and support advocacy for the profession from the student level. The skills learned through the organization easily transcend to the professional realm "Where Design Comes to Life."
Cara Donahue, Jon Tober, Irina Dyuzheva, Ashley Breier, and Dawn Savitz from the ASID Student Chapter at Buffalo State designed and built a 15-foot chandelier for the VIP area of the Runway 5.0 Synthesis Fashion Show, April 21, 2012.