From sustainability to furniture to virtual technologies, how is the pandemic impacting commercial interiors?

by Brianna Crandall — March 31, 2021 — Following a tumultuous 2020, all industries are seeking insight and assurances as 2021 gets into full swing. To keep interior design practitioners and facilities professionals on the cusp of these relevant changes as related to global trends, economic indicators, and beyond, the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has released its annual Outlook and State of Interior Design Report.

The report offers a comprehensive outlook for the year ahead, covering such topics as the US economy and US construction activity, among other economic, business, and design trends and future insights. Specifics range from today’s population age distribution, economic and social inequalities, and sustainability to renovations, furnishings and virtual technologies.

[To continue this article, see “ASID examines industry in 2021 Outlook & State of Interior Design Report on The McMorrow Reports website.]