The Interior Design Coalition of Wisconsin (IDCW) was established in 1988 to unite the interior design profession in the state of Wisconsin for the purpose of legislative awareness and action that protects the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
"Interior design" means the design of interior spaces in conformity with public health, safety and welfare requirements, including the preparation of documents relating to space planning, finish materials, furnishings, fixtures and equipment and the preparation of documents relating to interior construction that does not substantially affect the mechanical or structural systems of a building.
IDCW supports the profession of interior design, interior designers, and the interior design industry. IDCW provides a unified voice for the interior design profession. With members from ASID, IIDA, NKBA and independent interior designers, the Coalition is the single organization representing interior designers on legislative and regulatory issues in the state of Wisconsin.
Your involvement with IDCW gives you a voice in shaping the future of the interior design profession and it's role in protecting the health, safety and welfare of the public.