ASID UCLA Extension takes the win for Community Service Project of the Year 2012-2013 and Honorable Mention to Lucinda Pace for Student Chapter Leader!
The ASID Student Chapter Awards are given to outstanding student members and chapters responsible for promoting the ASID student member experience as an enriching learning tool for future interior designers.
Over the course of nine months, the ASID ULCA Extension Student Chapter board defined the scope and scale to give back to the Amanda Foundation, a non-profit animal rescue facility. Located in a former carriage house in the Beverly Hills Fire Department, the early 1900s building was in a state of disrepair. After consultations with the staff and volunteers, the project was brought to life with 3-D renderings which visually enhanced the specification of color palette, flooring, wallcovering, hardware and furnishings.
The four-week renovation provided the animal rescue facility with fresh laminate flooring, glistening sconces, a quart countertop and well-appointed wall covering that transformed every aspect of the former lobby. The improved functionality of the inviting lobby impacts approximately 1,100 individuals who frequent the Foundation each month. For a complete overview, please click here.
“The Los Angeles Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers is extremely proud of the accomplishments of ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter.
The first place win for the Community Service project of the renovation of the Amanda Foundation’s lobby, and the Honorable Mention for Lucinda Pace, as Outstanding Student Leader are significant acknowledgement of the continuing excellence of your chapter.”
-Katherine Fern, ASID LA President