December 3, 2012
Last week, Public Architecture announced a new partnership with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), aimed to support pro bono service for nonprofits seeking interior design expertise. The partnership comes on the heals of Public Architecture’s partnership with the American Institute of Architects, profiled here previously. Both are embedded in The 1% pro bono service program of Public Architecture.
Through the new relationship, ASID and Public Architecture will encourage ASID members to pledge to The 1%, a nationwide program of Public Architecture that challenges architecture and design firms to commit a minimum of 1% of their time to pro bono service and facilitates a matching service to connect firms with nonprofits seeking pro bono design services.
Click here to learn more about Public Architecture’s partnership with ASID, online at PublicArchitecture.org.
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