WELL-BEING FOR ALL CALL FOR PROPOSALS open through March 15
The ASID Foundation supports research and education that articulates and expands a baseline
of knowledge about how interior design impacts lives and human behavior.
Research suggests that families on or below the poverty line have limited access to spaces that
support well-being. The ASID Foundation would like to change that narrative and will award up to
$100,000 to evidence-based research projects that address interior design or policy solutions that
use space to enhance physical, social (mental/emotional), financial, career, or community health.
The design community is invited to submit proposals for the sixth annual Transform Grants
through March 15, 2017.
REVIEW THE CALL FOR PROPOSALS asid.org/sites/default/files/images/Documents/Transform-2017-RFP.pdf
“Design interventions can improve the quality
of life for populations in need and provide
everyday health, safety, and well-being to
them. The ASID Foundation looks forward to
receiving proposals that explore the potential
of interior design to promote well-being for all
people, regardless of socio-economic status.”
—PATRICK J. SCHMIDT, FASID, RID
ASID FOUNDATION CHAIR