The Asia-Pacific Space Designers Association inspires to nurture a better understanding of the different APAC regional cultures and encourage the exchange of Interior Design information between its members for the advancement of this field.
- Australia - Design Institute of Australia (DIA)
- Hong Kong - Hong Kong Interior Design Association (HKIDA)
- India - Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID)
- Indonesia - Indonesian Interior Designers Indonesia (HDII)
- Japan - Japan Commercial Environmental Design Association (JCD)
- Japan - Japan Interior Architects/Designers' Association (JID)
- Macao - Union for International Design of Macao (UIDM)
- Malaysia - Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID)
- Nepal - Interior Designers' Association of Nepal (IDEA NEPAL)
- Philippines - Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID)
- Singapore - Society of Interior Designers Singapore (SIDS)
- South Korea - Korean Society of Interior Architects Designers (KOSID)
- Taiwan - Chinese Society of Interior Architects Designers (CSID)
- Thailand - Thailand Interior Designers Association (TIDA)
- Brunei Association of Hotels (BAH)
- Cambodia Hotel Association (CHA)
- Indonesia Hotel and Restaurant Association (IH&RA)
- Laos Hotel and Restaurant Association (LHRA)
- Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH)
- Myanmar Hotel Association (MHA)
- Hotel and Restaurant Association of the Philippines (HRAP)
- Singapore Hotel Association (SHA)
- Thai Hotel Association (THA)
The ASEAN Hotel and Restaurant Association (AHRA) is the umbrella body for national hotel and restaurant associations in ASEAN that provides the platform for the member countries to share best practices and key tourism statistics.
CIAAD is the First and Only association in the world integrating architecture and design disciplines under one umbrella, hence ensuring a holistic approach to design education and the imagineering of the creative process.
The Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) is the national institute representing the interior design profession in Malaysia. Its vision is to develop a sophisticated society of Malaysians who are conversant and appreciative of the creative world of interior design.
The Singapore Institute of Architects is a professional organisation established in 1963 with the objective to promote the architectural profession and the built environment in Singapore.
The Society of Interior Designers Singapore began as a professional body for Singaporean and Singapore based Interior Designers in 1994. Over the years, it grew to be the leading local interior design body, promoting creativity and professionalism to the world.
Led by 18 Council Members from leading companies and SMEs, Singapore Retailers Association (SRA) vision is to be the respected and collective voice of the retail industry and advance the interests of the retail industry via insights, education and strategic collaborations.
Vietnam Design Association (VDAS) is a social organisation that seeks to persuade, encourage creativity in design to serve the living, life and to create the conditions that promote economic development in the market economy.
The Hotel and Restaurant Association of the Philippines (HRAP) is a non-stock, non-profit organisation represented by Hotel Managers, Restaurant Owners, University Deans and CEOs.
The Phillippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID) is the accredited institute of the Philippine government as a community of professional interior design practitioners.
The Japan Interior Designers’ Association (JID) was founded in 1958 as a national association to represent the interests of the interior designers in Japan.
Chinese Society of Interior Designers (CSID), established in 1979 in Taipei, shapes Taiwan's interior design, global presence, awards, and media recognition.
Union for International Design Macao (UIDM) advances Macao interior design globally by organizing competitions, exhibitions, and events highlighting local talent and innovation.
Established in 1983, Himpunan Desainer Interior Indonesia DKI Jakarta (HDII) fosters unity among Indonesian interior designers, promoting professional solidarity.
Art Galleries Association Singapore (AGAS), the industry authority for art galleries in Singapore, unites voices to advocate with government, arts bodies, media, and the public, fostering ethical gallery practices and promoting art appreciation.
The Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) since 1981, represents Singapore's diverse furniture industry, comprising over 360 companies across manufacturing, design, retail, fit-out, and materials, with a global presence in 80+ countries.
The Interior Design Confederation Singapore (IDCS), established in 2003 through the merger of the Interior Designers' Association and the Society of Interior Designers, represents and advocates for professional interior designers in Singapore, actively engaging with international and regional industry bodies.