The Future of the Design Profession

Interior design is a multifaceted profession, combining creativity and technology to produce an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment.

In 2008, HKIDA launched the Registered Interior Designers Associate (RIDA), the objective of which is to promote the interior design profession and gain the support of the government as well as the general public for the establishment of a registration system for Hong Kong Interior Designers.

On July 20, 2018, HKIDA officially released their professional standards and ethics code with the issuance of the certificate for HKIDA Certified Interior Designer.  Regina is honored to be included in the first class of qualified registered interior designers, along with many other well-known professionals in the interior design field.

To receive the industry’s affirmation and recognition is a lifetime achievement for her professional career.  She will continue working hard to create new and high-quality projects in the future; thank you for your support!

Hong Kong Interior Design Association (HKIDA) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization founded in 1991, consisting of professionals in interior architecture including designers, contractors, suppliers and other related bodies.  HKIDA is committed to serve the needs of practitioners, students, industry partners and the general public. Its goal is to foster professionalism and design excellence through its codes of conduct and advocacy of creativity, technical innovation and craftsmanship.  HKIDA actively engages in research and education and initiates regional competitions at the community level.  HKIDA works closely with various professional associations, academics, commercials and public sectors to realize its goals.