Acclaimed inside designer and former American Culture of Interior Designers (ASID) President Bruce James Brigham, FASID, ISP, IES, died July 8, 2014. He was 63.
An award-successful interior designer and market leader, Brigham was regarded as a pioneer in retail branding and layout. His much more than four hundred layout tasks spanned the world and ranged from the redesign of 180 Cartier boutiques globally and the retail designs for TSL Jewelry in Hong Kong to the remodeling of the Seattle SuperSonics Courtside Club.
Brigham was an ASID Fellow and served as president of the ASID Board of Directors from 2008 to 2009. He also was a member of the Institute of Retailer Planners (ISP) and the Illuminating Engineering Culture (IES). A 1973 graduate of Williams School, Brigham served as the controlling principal of Earth Retail Studios in Seattle prior to opening his possess consulting organization, Retail Clarity Consulting. An completed author and speaker, he was a recurrent contributor to numerous design and style and industry publications and often was called upon to share his design and style knowledge at conferences and trade displays like NeoCon, Surfaces, and the ASID National Convention.
“Bruce was an inspiration to numerous at ASID,” explained Randy Fiser, ASID government vice president and CEO. “One of his favorite expressions—‘Who remembers anything ordinary’—is one we use typically. It exemplifies the enthusiasm for living he shared with absolutely everyone about him. In the course of his tenure as ASID president, he pushed the Culture to be amazing and for that we are indebted to him.”
In lieu of bouquets, his household requests donations be manufactured in Brigham’s identify to the ASID Basis.