LSU School of Interior Design Instructor John Campbell was inducted into the American Society of Interior Designers Council of Fellows for his work within the organization promoting professionalism and licensure of interior designers in Louisiana, for his efforts on ASID chapter and national boards, and for passing the torch, through teaching, to countless young designers.
According to asid.org, election to the College of Fellows, the society’s highest honor, is bestowed on less than one percent of the ASID membership. Fellowship is bestowed on professional members who have made notable and outstanding contributions to the profession not only through their work, but through their demonstrated commitment to ASID and to the interior design industry.
Passionate about design and teaching, Campbell has been practicing interior design for more than 40 years. His firm, John Campbell Design Associates, provides design services for large and small projects across the country, from Florida to Idaho/Washington and back to Louisiana. For his efforts in licensure, he was issued Louisiana ID Registration #8. He is a past president of the Louisiana District Chapter of ASID (now South Central Chapter) which encompasses Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas. Before coming to LSU in 2009, Campbell taught interior design, history of interior design, and visual technology and design at the University of Idaho while simultaneously teaching interior design at Washington State University.
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The American Society of Interior Designers collaborates with others to promote the value of interior design. By generating, collecting, and disseminating applied knowledge, ASID prepares its members to excel in a dynamic and evolving profession. Through education, knowledge sharing, advocacy, community building, and outreach, ASID strives to advance the interior design profession and, in the process, demonstrate and celebrate the power of design to positively change people’s lives. Visit asid.org for more information.