This article (2nd in a series) is about creating the space, the right home environment in your life after your divorce. You may have left a large house, never bought a towel, rarely cooked a dinner and have no clue what to buy, or even where to buy furniture that will hold up to use and is not over-priced. You work hard and simply don’t have the energy, desire, time or resources to furnish your new space (or empty old space), but you want the job done well, and you have the means to have it done right.
This article (1st in a series) is about creating the space, the right home environment in your life from where you can make things right again and move forward most joyfully and productively after your divorce.
You begin to wonder if the term “pure design” is really more the name of a theory than the design concept of an environment someone would actually want to live in…
I’ve recently become interested in learning about Biophilic design, how our vital connection to nature can be carried into the design of our homes. Far more impactful than bringing a plant indoors or installing a wall of windows, understanding and implementing Biophilia in our work can vastly improve the lives of our clients. I hope you become as fascinated with this field of science as it collaborates with art and design, as I am!