It’s Time – Enter IFI’s Global Awards Program Today
IFI DDA ENTRIES OPEN – SUBMIT TODAY!
Deadline: 31 August 2021
Be counted among the world’s best. Contribute to design excellence and have the chance to not just win, but be a part of a ‘library of Interior Architecture/Design’ at the world level.
10 Competition Categories
Commerce, Habitat, Health, Humanitarian, Learning, Play, Stay, Student, Sustainability and Work
Founded in 1963, IFI – the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers is the singular world federation for the discipline’s design communities, policymakers, experts and enthusiasts. An independent body who acts as the ‘UN’ for Interiors worldwide, IFI’s headquarters are appropriately located within the United Nations’ international territory in New York City.
At the world level, IFI’s responsibilities include comprehensively strengthening professional knowledge, caliber of work and integrity of practice, as well as promoting the value of quality design and advancing its impacts. IFI unifies Interior Architecture/Design through globally relevant knowledge, experience and understanding, while engaging the profession with the general public.
IFI believes in the power of Design as a vehicle for human betterment and productive improvement. IFI recognizes that all people are equal across the world and that well-designed environments help to uplift humanity and civil society. It promotes equal rights and access to Interior Architecture/ Design practice, research and education to be granted equally to all who wish to pursue it. This is regardless of race, gender, creed, sexual orientation, cultural heritage and socio-economic background, and not-withstanding disparities brought forth across different regional contexts. That good and quality Design requires to foundationally take into consideration these and other such evolving factors as technological innovation, globalization, economic and political instability and social inequality, as well as holistic consideration of the environmental/sustainable factors.