Interior Designers Of Saskatchewan

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  • 2019 Manitoba Alberta Saskatchewan Interior (MASI) Design Awards

    October 17th, 2019, 5:00PM-9:00PM

    The Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba (The PIDIM) along with the Interior Designers of Alberta (IDA) and the Interior Design Association of Saskatchewan (IDAS) invite you to participate in the 2019 MASI Design Awards.  The Early Bird entry deadline is July 15, 2019 with the final submission deadline being August 15, 2019.  Winning entries will be announced at The PIDIM's 65th Anniversary Gala held at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on October 17, 2019 and will be featured on The PIDIM, IDA and IDAS social networks.


    The awards competition is open to all Registered / Professional members of The PIDIM, IDA & IDAS.  Entries must be for work created and ready for occupancy between May 1, 2017 and April 30, 2019.  Each entry may be submitted in only one of the following categories;

    • Office OVER $80.00 per foot
    • Office UNDER $80.00 per foot
    • Retail
    • Hospitality / Restaurant
    • Residential Renovations OVER $300.00 per foot
    • Residential Renovations UNDER $300.00 per foot
    • Residential New Construction OVER $200.00 per foot
    • Residential New Construction UNDER $200.00 per foot
    • Multi-Family Units sell price OVER $450,000
    • Multi-Family Units sell price UNDER $450,000
    • Institutional / Health Care
    • Special Projects

    Additionally all prices noted above are for construction costs only and should not include furniture, fixtures or consultant fees.  Projects must be a minimum of 3 areas (ie not only a reception or a kitchen area)

    Please complete the attached forms and submit them along with your project files to

  • Save The Date - IDAS Annual Fall Tradeshow

    September 19th, 2019, 8:00AM-5:00PM

    Join us September 19th in Saskatoon for a 2019 Fall Tradeshow!  And CEUs!


    Stay tuned for more details.

  • Saskatoon Lunch and Learn

    June 18th, 2019, 12:00PM-1:00PM

    Come out for a CEU in Saskatoon on Learning Spaces Design presented by KI

    RSVP to your local lunch and learn coordinator. 

  • IDAS Executive Assistant Job Posting

    May 29th, 2019

    Job Description

    IDAS is a non-profit professional association whose primary functions are to protect public health and safety and regulate its members and the use of the title ‘Interior Designer’ in Saskatchewan. We are also a resource for information for our members and the public and provide networking opportunities, mentoring, continuing education, professional and legislative advocacy. IDAS is a volunteer run organization with approximately 100 members throughout the province. Visit our website to learn more.

    We are seeking a self motivated individual to assist our Council with the administrative tasks of running the Association. The position will be paid hourly. We estimate the position will be a maximum of 10 hours per week with some weeks being less and the bulk being around our two major membership events in early Spring and Fall.

    Ideal candidate will:

    • Be highly organized and personable to be able to deal with all manner of inquiries in a professional manner and direct to the proper person within IDAS
    • Have experience in dealing with non-profit councils, either having worked for one before or having personally volunteered on other councils in the past to understand the working structure
    • Have excellent skills in written and verbal communication
    • Self motivated to assist building a stronger Association and be a part of interior Design in Saskatchewan
    • Be adaptable as needs change as we become more efficient and organized
    • Have an understanding of a regulatory body vs other types of non-profit organizations
    • Have own office and computer systems to be able to perform all job functions. IDAS does not have physical office space. We use cloud based software for document control at a Council level.
    • Be willing to travel within the province for twice yearly events to assist with running the event.
    • Must be a resident of Saskatchewan, preferably Prince Albert, Saskatoon or Regina due to where major events are held and where council positions are held.
    • As we are in the process of writing new legislation for practice act, experience in writing legislation and government process would be highly valued.



    • Collect messages from two local voicemail accounts on a weekly basis
    • Reply to the admin email address or forward to the appropriate council members for review and direction
    • Maintain an up to date database of members and contact information that must be sent to other organizations monthly, assist in recording member data during renewals in December/January of each year.
    • Attend monthly Council meeting to report that months tasks and project for the coming month.
    • Assist with communication with sister associations to help public relations position organize events
    • Assist with document control by creating a database of all historical data – this could involve scanning archives – Basecamp is the online program used
    • Update Policy and procedure manual with direction of Council
    • Create templates and organize database for ease of position change over from one council position to the next.
    • Create volunteer engagement where possible from membership and help be the consistent contact for members and the public who may not know who to approach.

    Job Type: Contract

    Salary: $5,000.00 to $10,000.00 /year – paid hourly

    Please respond with resume and cover letter via email to:

    Only selected candidates will be contacted for follow up interviews.

  • Regina Lunch and Learn

    May 22nd, 2019, 12:00PM-1:00PM

    Join us May 22nd for a CEU Lunch and Learn on Human Behaviour by Concept3 and Teknion. 


    RSVP to your local lunch and learn coordinator by May 15th. 

  • Saskatoon Lunch and Learn

    April 17th, 2019, 12:00PM-1:30PM

    Join us for a lunch and learn: Understanding and Preventing Floor Covering Failure presented by Chris Maskell from the National Floor Covering Association. 


    RSVP by April 15th to your local lunch and learn coordinator.

  • 2019 IDAS AGM

    April 12th - 13th, 2019
    Temple Garden Hotel and Spa, Moose Jaw

    Join IDAS for the 2019 AGM & CEU day in Moose Jaw.


    Friday April 12, 2019

    9:00am-9:30am: Breakfast and Registration

    9:30am-10:30am: IDAS Strategic Plan and Member Open House

    10:30am-11:00am: Break and registration for CEU day (Non-IDAS Members)

    11:00am-12:00pm: CEU #1 (1 IDCEC HSW / AIA credit)

    12:00pm-1:00pm: Lunch

    1:15pm-2:15pm: CEU #2 (1 IDCEC HSW / AIA credit)

    2:30pm-3:30pm: CEU #3 (1 IDCEC HSW / AIA credit)

    3:30pm-4:00pm: Coffee Break

    4:00pm-4:30pm: IDAS Presentation: Practice Act Draft


    Saturday April 13, 2019

    8:00am-8:30am: Breakfast and Registration

    8:30am-9:30am: Bear Pit

    9:30am-9:45am: Presentation: IDAS Fellows

    9:45am-10:00am: Coffee Break

    10:00am-11:00am: IDAS Annual General Meeting

    11:00am: Coffee and Snacks Served

    11:00am-12:00pm: Discussion: Review of Practice Act Draft


    For more information and to register CLICK HERE


    Thank you to our silver sponsors:

    Isted Techincal Sales

    CMDS Furniture

  • Saskatoon Lunch and Learn

    March 21st, 2019, 12:00PM-1:00PM

    Join us for a lunch and learn by Richelieu in collaboration with Banker presenting Designing with Pre-Crimped Woven Wire Mesh. 


    RSVP to your local lunch and learn coordinator

  • Saskatoon Lunch and Learn

    February 21st, 2019, 12:00PM-1:00PM

    American Biltrite - Introducing Occupancy Ready Rubber Flooring


    Please RSVP to your local lunch and learn coordinator. 

  • Saskatoon Lunch and Learn

    January 17th, 2019, 12:00PM-1:30PM
    Action Office Interiors, Saskatoon

    Build Better For Education

    Course description:This course explores how manufactured interior construction solutions speak directly to the challenges designers face in developing and operating K-12 and higher education facilities. The advantages of faster project delivery; cost and time savings; quality control; and the ability to anticipate and address health, safety and welfare concerns all strengthen designers’ ability to create engaging, fl exible spaces that extend and strengthen the lifecycle of an academic building.


    Presented by: Heather Morgan of DIRTT 


    RSVP to your local lunch and learn coordinator by January 11th