In early March, the 11th United States Court of Appeals determined that the practice of interior design is valid and affirmed that "it is in the interest of the public to limit the practice of interior design to interior designers or architects who have design education and training."
An interior designer spends countless hours ensuring that interior design is recognized for what we do best of all: working with clients connecting all the dots.
The interior designer, perhaps more than any other building professional, has the ability to make the necessary connections between client and criteria, a skill especially important when change can mean chaos, confusion and even catastrophe.
Sharp-eye designer see the big picture from 30,000 feet, yet still manage details at the human scale. We educate and inform clients about best practices in order to guide them during times of change, defining potential outcomes to make the necessary decisions.