Annie Chu appointed Vice President of IIDA Board of Directors

Woodbury School of Architecture professor Annie Chu, FAIA, IIDA, NCIDQ was recently appointed Vice President of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Board of Directors. The announcement follows Annie’s recent participation in the inaugural IIDA Educators Roundtable.

The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) is the Commercial Interior Design Association with a global reach. The association supports design professionals, industry affiliates, educators, students, firms and clients through a network of 15,000+ members across 58 countries. IIDA advocates for advancements in education, design excellence, legislation, leadership, accreditation, and community outreach to increase the value and understanding of Interior Design as a profession that enhances business value and positively impacts the health and well-being of people’s lives every day.

Annie Chu is an architect, interior designer, educator, and a founding principal of the award-winning CHU+GOODING Architects in Los Angeles with a deep portfolio of Interior Architecture projects focusing on world-class arts, cultural, and higher education clients. Leveraging her design reputation, Annie champions interior architecture as a distinct and emerging discipline, advancing design excellence through teaching, public speaking, design juries, and her leadership in the civic and professional realms. Annie’s appointment echos her commitment to professional service; she currently holds serves on the AIA Interior Architecture Committee, on the Design Review Committee to the UC Santa Barbara Office of the Chancellor, and on Contract magazine’s editorial advisory board.

Find out more about IIDA and the Board of Directors online.

Featured Image courtesy of the International Interior Design Association


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