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Steve Leung elected as President of IFI for 2017

by Sophie Cullen on Nov 9, 2015 in Interiors
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Steve Leung (second from left) with international members of IFI

Steve Leung (second from left) with international members of IFI

Hong Kong-based architect/designer Steve Leung was recently elected as President of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI) for 2017

At the 2015 IFI General Assembly that was held in Gwangju, Korea in October, members elected Leung President Elect for 2015-2017 and President for 2017. He is to be the first person from Hong Kong to hold the title.

Steve Leung will be President Elect from 2015-17 and will take over the role of President of IFI in 2017

Steve Leung will be President Elect from 2015-2017 and will take over the role of President of IFI in 2017

Along with running his world-renowned practice Steve Leung Designers, he also acts as Executive Director of the Design committee at the China National Interior Decoration Association. Further extending his passion to heighten the reach of the creative industry in the region, Leung helped to establish “C Foundation”  in 2014 to help promote the education and development of the design industry.

Over 20 countries were represented at the recent general assembly of the IFI

Over 20 countries were represented at the recent general assembly of the IFI

At his speech for being nominated as President Elect at the 27th IFI General Assembly, Steve said, " I am no longer interested in fame, wealth or business. Now, I want to devote myself to community service through sharing, charity and continue to promote our industry worldwide.”

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