CONCORD, CA – Rosalyn Cama, FASID, EDAC, CHD Board Chair and President of CAMA Inc., is the recipient the 2012 American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Designer of Distinction award.
As a recognized expert and pioneer in the field of evidence-based design, Cama’s interior planning and design firm’s mission is to create interior environments that improve outcomes for healthcare and education clients. A long-time member of The Center for Health Design’s board of directors, she has helped steer the organization’s research, education, and advocacy efforts and champion its cause. Cama is also a past national president of ASID as well as author of Evidence-Based Healthcare Design (John Wiley & Sons 2009) and frequent speaker on interior design’s role in creating places of well-being.
“What’s most exemplary about Roz and her work, is the enthusiasm and drive she brings to all her projects, creating successful outcomes through design interventions while generating the vision and initiative to define future needs,” said Debra Levin, EDAC, President and CEO, The Center for Health Design. “She continues to lead the way for EDAC certified interior designers to be a part of the crucial conversations that start in the project pre-planning process.”
“Roz raises awareness of evidence-based design through multi-disciplinary conversations” Levin continued, “and that sparks a growing understanding of EDAC certification as a way to health and wellness within our communities.”
The ASID Design Awards represent the highest level of excellence in the interior design community honoring those who have made significant contributions toward the advancement of the profession, while exemplifying a commitment to enhancing quality of life. For more information on the other winners, please click here.
About The Center for Health Design
The Center for Health Design (CHD) is a nonprofit organization that engages and supports professionals and organizations in the healthcare, construction, and design industry to improve the quality of healthcare facilities and create new environments for healthy aging. CHD’s mission is to transform healthcare environments for a healthier, safer world through design research, education, and advocacy. For more information, visit www.healthdesign.org.
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