New ASID Design Pavilion to debut during 2018 KBIS
September 29, 2017 | 2:41 pm CDT
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ORLANDO - The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will debut a new pavilion during the 2018 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), which takes place January 9-11 at the Orlando Convention Center.
 
The new2,500-square-foot pavilion - Design & Construction Week Impact of Design Pavilion Powered by ASID - will focuses on the ways in which design impacts lives. Brands exhibiting within the pavilion, located on the KBIS show floor, will showcase products and services centered on health, wellness, and sustainability within the design industry.
 
“Our designer attendees will gain tremendous value during the show through our partnership with ASID,” said Brian Pagel, senior vice president, Emerald Expositions. “Designers come to KBIS to be inspired and to gain actionable insight that can be immediately applied to his or her business. The Impact of Design Pavilion Powered by ASID promises to bring both to the KBIS show floor.”
 
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will use a 400-square-foot exhibit space within the pavilion to host a series of content sessions that explore how design impacts lives. The Impact of Design Pavilion Powered by ASID will feature exhibitors committed to manufacturing and supplying products that provide a demonstrated impact on human health and wellness and environmental sustainability. Design professionals are committed to creating spaces that support the health and well-being of those who live and work in them and rely on manufacturers and suppliers to provide innovative, cutting-edge products.
 
Registration for KBIS 2018 at www.KBIS.com.. For more information on the Impact of Design Pavilion Powered by ASID, visit asid.org.

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