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.
The Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba along with the MDE committee has made the difficult decision to cancel MDE 2020 , which was slated for October 14th, 2020.
On October 17, 2019 the provincial interior design associations of Manitoba (The PIDIM), Alberta (IDA) and Saskatchewan (IDAS) celebrated the 3rd Annual masi Design Awards with a gala celebration. With 79 Award submissions in 10 different categories, from all three Prairie Provinces, this was the most successful masi Design Awards to date.
Our lives have been affected by a renewed interest in wellness. We have modified our thinking and our behaviors to be more focused on health and well-being. Strangely, this rethinking is just starting to permeate the office... where many of us spend most of our waking hours. What if our workplaces supported our well-being on multiple levels, and didn't just aim to be 'less bad' but were truly regenerative, healthy environments? How do we, as an industry, design interior environments that support the physical and psychological well-being of the people who inhabit them? Activity-based design is an important part of the answer.