Teknion recently hosted the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) Board of Directors’ spring business meeting at its showroom in the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, IL. CIDA’s Standards Committee met concurrently in the space and joined the Board in order to report progress on the Standards Development Project and to select participants for the fall 2014 Future Vision session.
Teknion is a leading international designer, manufacturer, and marketer of mid- to high-end office systems and related furniture products that embraces change and its inherent possibilities. Teknion’s sponsorship of this meeting helps advance CIDA’s mission to provide the foundation for future excellence in the interior design profession by setting standards for higher education and accrediting programs that meet those standards.
“On behalf of the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, I would like to thank Teknion for being gracious hosts to the Board of Directors, Standards Committee, and CIDA staff. Partnership from industry leaders such as Teknion is critical to the ongoing success of CIDA’s mission to ensure a high quality in interior design education. Teknion’s support of CIDA signals a strong commitment to the future of interior design,” states Heather Robertson Corrigan, Board chair.
The Council for Interior Design Accreditation is an independent, non-profit, accrediting organization responsible for setting standards and evaluating degree granting interior design programs. There are 182 CIDA-accredited programs in the U.S., Canada, and Qatar. For more information about the Board of Directors, go to Board.
Teknion’s corporate headquarters are based in Toronto, Ontario; U.S. headquarters are in Mount Laurel, New Jersey; and the European head office is in London. Teknion has a growing North American market presence and continues to expand into Europe, the Middle East, India, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Pacific Rim. For more information about Teknion, visit www.teknion.com.
For additional information:
Holly Mattson, Executive Director ()