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2022 masi Design Awards

Posted by: Lee van der Veen 4 months ago

The Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba (The PIDIM), Interior Designers of Alberta (IDA), and Interior Designers Association of Saskatchewan (IDAS) invite our Registered and Professional members to participate in the 2022 masi design awards! These past few years have shown just how resilient our membership is and the masi design awards committee, more than ever, wants to provide a positive platform for design and our community. 

New Address

Posted by: Lee van der Veen 9 months, 1 week ago
Please be advised that the PIDIM office is no longer operating out of 137 Bannatyne Ave. Communication via mail or courier can be sent to the following address; phone number and email remain the same: 

The PIDIM c/o Jennifer Forzley
68 Red Spruce Road
Winnipeg, MB 
R3Y 0P8

Celebrate with us at the MASI Design Awards Gala

Posted by: Lee van der Veen in Events 5 years, 1 month ago

IDA will be hosting the first MASI Design Awards and winning entries will be announced at our awards ceremony and featured on the IDA, PIDIM, & IDAS social networks.

Faculty of Architecture - 2016-2017 Year End Exhibition

Posted by: Lee van der Veen 5 years, 5 months ago

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's Next for Winnipeg?

Posted by: Lee van der Veen in Events 5 years, 7 months ago

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.

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