Partnership with APSDA

ADF(NPO Aoyama Design Forum) recently signed a business tie-up contract with Asia Pacific Space Designers Association (APSDA), a large interior design association in the Asia-Pacific region. This cooperation will encourage a nurture better understanding of their cultures and provide a higher quality of information about design than ever before. APSDA constitutes of national Asia-Pacific Interior Design bodies as below:


  • AUSTRALIA  Design Institute of Australia (DIA)
  • HONG KONG  Hong Kong Interior Design Association (HKIDA)
  • INDIA Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID)
  • INDONESIA  Himpunan Desainer Interior 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)
  • PHILIPPINES  Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID)
  • SINGAPORE  Interior Design Confederation, Singapore (IDCS)
  • SINGAPORE  Society of Interior Designers (Singapore) (SIDS)
  • TAIWAN  Chinese Society of Interior Designers (Taiwan) (CSID)
  • THAILAND  Thailand Interior Designers Association (TIDA)


Initially named "Asia-Pacific Space Designers Alliance," the group has been at the forefront of promoting the Interior Design profession and improving design standards throughout the region since its inception in 1987. On January 23, 2017, the association received official approval for APSDA registration from the Registry of Societies in Malaysia. The Association inspires to foster a better understanding of the different Asia Pacific regional cultures and promote the exchange of Interior Design information and knowledge between its members for the advancement of this field to benefit regional societies at large.