SBID Appointed Interior Design representative: The Wool Project
The Society of British & International Design (SBID) has been appointed as the industry representative for interior design of The Campaign for Wool spearheaded by His Royal Highness, Prince Charles.
Funding for the campaign is being provided by the major wool marketing bodies around the world and includes British Wool, New Zealand Wool, Australian Wool, American wool and now Viking Wool from Norway.
The campaign, which will run for five years, will include many leading retailers, magazines and manufacturers.
Logos will be used for the project, and whilst there will be regulations regarding the use of these, they will not be too onerous. The following wording will also be displayed: “Campaign for Wool: Patron HRH, The Prince of Wales”.
The Society of British & International Design (SBID) has been appointed to represent the Interior Design sector in this campaign. The Society of British and International Design (SBID) is the leading British professional accrediting body and representative for global interior design, supporting professional and trading standards of Interior Designers, Architects and manufacturers.
SBID works with business experts, government bodies, trade associations and academics to guide and measure the profession through best practice; setting the standard for the industry at large to develop future growth. SBID’s accredited members include interior designers, architects, developers, specifiers and construction professionals. They operate across both commercial and residential sectors and represent the range, diversity and international spread of a creative global design industry.
Register your interest in this international campaign, and apply for the use of the Wool logo for your company.