ASID Brings Health-Centric Installation to KBIS 2020

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The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is kicking off 2020 at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), in Las Vegas, Jan. 21-23, with a special pop-up dedicated to infusing health and wellness into design. The installation will be located in the South Hall Lobby, Booth SL002. With human-centric design at the exhibit’s core, the Society aims to encourage a healthy trade show experience for its visitors and guests.

Explains Randy Fiser, Hon. FASID, ASID CEO, “The kitchen and bath are two of the spaces that most directly impact our day to day wellness. We’re hoping that our KBIS installation will inspire attendees to incorporate human and health-centric design philosophies into their practices, proving the power of design to directly affect people’s lives.”

The ASID installation will serve as a respite from the hustle and bustle of the tradeshow floor thanks to its location in the South Lobby. Anchoring the space will be a green wall incorporating plant life into the booth. In addition to adding aesthetic value, plants have been shown to improve spatial air quality. The ASID booth will also have a pop-up to offer healthy snacks to attendees throughout the show. The space will showcase the Society’s offerings for its members and industry partners and will highlight its resources, research and programming that inspires the industry throughout the year. 

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