Tuesday December 27, 2022
BOUDREAUX Interior Designer James Wall New Co-Director for IIDA Carolina Columbia Chapter
BOUDREAUX interior designer, James Wall, IIDA, NCIDQ takes leadership role as Co-Director of the Columbia City Center for IIDA Carolinas Chapter. The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) supports the Interior Design industry, focusing on commercial Interior Design. This global network intentionally supports professional development to elevate creativity and industry knowledge.
As Co-Director for this chapter James Wall serves established designers, growing firms, passionate students, and the Midlands community. He is actively working to enhance and celebrate the craft of design through leadership, advocacy, and community partnership.
With a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, a master’s degree in interior design, and research interests in evidence-based design, environmental psychology and place-making, Jimmy brings a holistic perspective to our team. His design approach blends operational needs and organizational mission, reflecting each client’s unique culture and spirit.
“With his infectious energy and exceptional creativity, we experience daily how James pushes for design excellence. A storyteller at heart, his gift for listening coupled with professional integrity make him a servant leader who gives his heart to our community. We are excited to see the impact Jimmy has in this new leadership role,” said President Heather Mitchell, AIA LEED AP.
James Wall is currently leading interior design efforts for notable BOUDREAUX projects in Columbia including University of South Carolina’s Campus Village, the State Credit Union Headquarters, The Venues at Arsenal Hill Rehabilitation, and the expansion of Central Carolina Community Foundation in the Bull Street District.
The IIDA promotes a human-centric culture of philanthropy and community, helping members and their businesses give back in meaningful, effective ways that support important causes. BOUDREAUX is an architecture, interior design, planning, and historic preservation firm serving the southeast with studios in Columbia, SC and Charlotte, NC.