From Illinois Business Journal news services
COLLINSVILLE – Yvette Paris, design director for Louer Facility Planning, recently earned prestigious certification by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification.
The certification signifies that Paris (left) has met the standards for education, experience and examination for interior designers in North America. A minimum of six years of combined education and experience is required before being eligible to take the practice-based Examination. The three-part examination requiring examinees to demonstrate competence in a wide variety of aspects that affect the safety of the interior environment.
Paris graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor of arts in applied arts and sciences and
has worked in the interior design field for nine years. Paris is a Registered Interior Designer in
the State of Illinois, LEED Accredited Professional, and is also a professional member of the
International Interior Design Association.
“We are extremely proud that Yvette has earned the NCIDQ Certification. This important, industry-recognized credential underscores our firm’s commitment to ensuring that our clients have access to the most qualified interior designers possible,” said Jane Louer, president.
Louer Facility Planning is a commercial furniture and interior design firm that provides furnishings, space planning and finish selections in health-care, corporate, financial and educational sectors.
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