Tama Duffy Day Receives American Society of Interior Designers Award

Tama Duffy Day, FASID, FIIDA, LEED AP BD+C, has recently received the Designer of Distinction award from the American Society of Interior Designers. Over the past 30 years, she has produced a body of work demonstrating the measurable effects of design on productivity, efficiency and health outcomes.

Tama Duffy Day_square_color_1_RAs the firm-wide leader of the Health & Wellness Practice Area at Gensler, her practice probes the healing capabilities of interior design and its capacity to influence cultures. Duffy Day’s commitment to research-driven design is matched by her dedication to mentoring and inspiring the next generation of designers.

The 2014 ASID Design Awards recognize those who have achieved the highest level of excellence in interior design. Recipients are outstanding members of the design community who demonstrate an unyielding commitment to advancing the profession and harnessing the power of design to improve the human experience. The winners have contributed important work in healthcare design, education and research, technology innovation and workplace design. For more information, visit www.asid.org.


Posted April 14, 2014

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