A page from Body of Knowledge, a textbook series for interior designers. The lack of a well-defined body of knowledge in interior design is embarrassing, says the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association, who thinks it’s time to give the industry the recognition it deserves in the city. A page from Body of Knowledge, a textbook series for interior designers. The lack of a well-defined body of knowledge in interior design is embarrassing, says the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association, who thinks it’s time to give the industry the recognition it deserves in the city.
A page from Body of Knowledge, a textbook series for interior designers. The lack of a well-defined body of knowledge in interior design is embarrassing, says the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association, who thinks it’s time to give the industry the recognition it deserves in the city.

When will Hong Kong start taking interior design seriously? When the profession is regulated, an expert says

  • Hong Kong Interior Design Association vice-chairman says it is embarrassing that the city lacks a well-defined body of knowledge interior designers can tap
  • The association has published online textbooks it hopes will form the core of a standardised professional qualification in interior design

Topic |   Architecture and design
A page from Body of Knowledge, a textbook series for interior designers. The lack of a well-defined body of knowledge in interior design is embarrassing, says the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association, who thinks it’s time to give the industry the recognition it deserves in the city. A page from Body of Knowledge, a textbook series for interior designers. The lack of a well-defined body of knowledge in interior design is embarrassing, says the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association, who thinks it’s time to give the industry the recognition it deserves in the city.
A page from Body of Knowledge, a textbook series for interior designers. The lack of a well-defined body of knowledge in interior design is embarrassing, says the vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association, who thinks it’s time to give the industry the recognition it deserves in the city.
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