The Board of Directors
The CFAI is run by a Board of Directors, whose elected members are architects from every administrative region. The President is elected for a 2-year term, renewable twice.
Governing board members
Claire LE QUELLEC
Elected governors representing the approved qualified members
Finistère 29, Côtes d’Armor 22, Ile & Vilaine 35, Morbihan 56
Pays de Loire/18
Mayenne 53, Sarthe 72, Loire-Atlantique 44, Maine & Loir 49, Vendée 85
Ardennes 08, Marne 51, Haute Marne 52, Aube 10
Nord 59, Pas de Calais 62
Aisne 02, Somme 80, Oise 60
Manche 50, Calvados 14, Orne 61
Seine-Maritime 76, Eure 27
Cantal 15, Haute Loire 43, Puy de Dôme 63, Allier 03
Pyrénées Orientales 66, Aude 11, Hérault 34, Gard 30, Lozère 48
Haute Vienne 87, Creuse 23, Corrèze 19
Hautes–Alpes 05, Haute Provence 04, Alpes-Maritimes 06, Var 83, Vaucluse 84, Bouches du Rhône 13
Claire LE QUELLEC
Moselle 57, Meuse 55, Meurthe & Moselle 54, Vosges 88
Dordogne 24, Gironde 33, Lot & Garonne 47, Landes 40, Pyrénées Atlantiques 64
Aveyron 12, Lot 46,Tarn et Garonne 82, Hte Garonne 31, Tarn 81, Gers 32, Hautes Pyrénées 65, Ariège 09
Yonne 89, Côte d’Or 21, Nièvre 58, Saône & Loire 71
Haute Saône 70, Doubs 25, Jura 39
Eure & Loir 28, Loiret 45, Loir & Cher 41, Cher 18, Indre 36, Indre & Loire 37
Vienne 86, Deux-Sèvres 79, Charente-Maritime 17, Charente 16
Haute Savoie 74, Ain 01, Savoie 73, Isère 38, Loire 42, Ardèche 07, Drôme 26, Rhône 69
Bas-Rhin 67, Haut-Rhin 68
Délégués pour le CFAI
Délégué UNAPL pour le CFAI
Délégué Europe pour le CFAI
Délégué Sénat pour le CFAI
Governors representing the Associate members (schools, teachers, unions)
|ENSAD, Paris||Marc PARTOUCHE|
|Ecole Boulle, Paris||Christophe HESPEL|
|ENSAAMA, Paris||Laurent SCORDINO|
|Ecole CAMONDO, Paris||Pascale BOULARD|
|ESAG, Paris||Alain ROULLOT/Gérard VALLIN|
|Académie CHARPENTIER, Paris||Laurence BARJINI|
|ISDAT, Toulouse||Yves ROBERT|
|Ecole des Beaux Arts, Angers||Stéphane DORÉ|
|ESAIL, Lyon (Ecole Jean COTTIN)||Pascal BERTRAND|
|Ecole BLEUE, Paris||Jean Marie LEMESLE|
|EFET, Paris||François LALAU/Cyril FUENTES|
|ESAT, Paris||Julien HOURDÉ|
|ESAM Design, Paris||Catherine EXER|
|EDNA, Nantes||Lydie MORAND|
|SFA (French Architects Society), Paris||Françoise ADAM-MOUTON|
Supported by 6 Committees, the CFAI carries out its mission of recognition and control of the profession in accordance with its charter ( May 15th, 2003) and rules of procedure (May 15th, 2003).
The Competence Recognition Committee
It is the CFAI founding committee whose role is to organize and oversee the juries. Their decisions are submitted to the Board of Directors who make the final decision.
The Higher Appeals and conciliation Committee
It gives its opinion concerning the claims which are formulated and may refer to decisions made by the Competence Recognition juries or to litigations between interior designers or with a third party. One of its members is a legal expert.
The Disciplinary Committee
It gives its opinion concerning the cases it is presented with or it discovers by proposing the application of appropriate measures or sanctions to the Board of Directors who make the final decision. Failure to respect professional rules, the Code of Duties, the rules of procedure and the statuses is a fault. The applied sanctions may be temporary or definitive, including being struck off.
The Supervisory council
In charge of implementing statutory and regulatory texts, it ensures that registrations are conform and that the members’ practice is professional. It also ensures that the yearly register of the approved competent interior designers, region by region, is correctly published, as well as those who hold an aptitude design status certificate.
The Teaching Committee
It maintains the teachers’ evolution under constant review and assists the schools requiring help into their recognition procedure. It takes part in the rigorous identification ot teachers who train interior design students.
The Communication Committee
As the national Observatory of the profession, it implements the CFAI communication policy in a concrete way, by all appropriate means.