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Society of British and International Design
The professional accrediting organisation for the interior design industry in the UK.
The Annual SBID International Design Excellence Awards
Local, National and International Interior Design Events
A Designer’s Role
Professional clarification for the title of an Interior Designer
SBID CPD™ Accreditation Authority
Licensed Providers for Accredited Designers
Transforming Interior Design Education
From Learning to Earning
Our objective is to promote the profession of interior design at the highest level of competence
The Society of British and International Design is the UK-based standard bearer organisation for the accreditation of professional interior designers, product suppliers and educational institutions. We work to strengthen the profession of interior design and the commercial success of our members.
SBID members are connected to a global design network.
As an organisation we believe strongly in collaboration. The strong industry links we form create vital opportunities for our members and allow SBID to further its expertise in all areas of the interior design industry. We work with industry and trade partners as well as professional organisations in the UK and around the world to promote and protect professional interior design and to establish a global network of accredited professionals.
One of SBID’s aims is to build a ‘learning to earning’ ethos in interior design education. We are actively involved in the education sector, working with UK universities to create accredited university courses that meet the criteria of the European Council of Interior Architects (ECIA) European Charter of Education. This ensures accredited UK universities offer a degree-level education that develops comprehensive, practical and commercial skills to enhance the employment prospects of its interior design graduates.
Our regular publication highlights the latest industry news and developments.
As part of its Beautiful Thinking campaign, global modular flooring specialist, Interface, has been working with experts who are driving real innovation in their industry and beyond to create stunning design or reduce negative impact on the environment. In this blog, Melissa Sterry, a biomimetics.
The design of a space can heavily influence the way we think, feel and act, and can impact our physiological and psychological well-being. With 85 per cent of global workers based in an urban environment , a day-to-day office view of brick, concrete and mortar, and.