The Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba is committed to enhancing the practice of Interior Design in Manitoba, and to educating the public about the benefits of Interior Design. As a professional body, its aim is to improve quality of life, and protect the health, safety and welfare of the public through the design of the interior environment.
Created in 2013 by IDC and IDIBC (Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia) in memory of Robert Ledingham, one of Canada's most celebrated interior designers, the Robert Ledingham Scholarship is awarded annually to one or more candidates to assist Canadian interior designers and educators in their pursuit of higher education.
Year End Exhibition is a cross-disciplinary exhibition that showcases the work from the Faculty of Architecture students. The work will be displayed in classrooms, studio spaces, hallways, entrance foyers and lounges. Descriptions of the assignments will be posted and both students and professors will be on hand to meet and discuss the nature of the work with visitors of the Faculty.
What challenges and opportunities does Mayor Brian Bowman see in Winnipeg’s immediate future? The city is arguably in a downtown renaissance with marquee projects – including True North Square – underway. But systemic issues such as infrastructure challenges, rising labour costs and racism keep our Prairie home from growing to its full potential.
On April 1, 2016, Section 9.36 Energy Efficiency in Housing and Small Buildings came into force.
CommerceDesignWinnipeg is a contest put on annually by the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and StorefrontMB.