Neil Stevenson has been appointed as Corporate Director for the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) formerly, the British Interior Designers Association (BIDA) having been a vocal critic of some of the less professional elements of the interiors and architectural world, which cause significant problems to the supply chain.
The Institute is a major new player in the built environment community being recognised as the professional body equivalent to the RIBA and all construction professionals represented by the Construction Industry Council.
The Institute is focussed on educating its members and society on the true nature of professional interior design by establishing a clear divide between its members and the enthusiastic amateur decorator.
Neil’s primary role will be to develop the trade supplier relationship for the mutual benefit of suppliers and designers. Neil was quoted as saying, “Clearly a BIID trade partner should be among the best in their field, providing piece of mind for the designer about service and quality whilst maintaining their financial stability”.
The board’s ‘Corporate’ representation has been patchy at best over many years but now Neil and his new committee are beginning to prepare policy and are actively working with a number of the other committees; they are keen to hear from anybody with an interest, new ideas and suggestions whilst welcoming any new potential committee members.
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