When I design a space, it’s about the ways I can do this in a sustainable way. In every home, I always find items that I can reinvent by repurposing or upcycling. I then work with local makers and turn them into your own one – off treasure.
I know how a home that is thoughtfully designed shapes the social life of the individuals living in it. When I design spaces I think about how people are going to use them and what they are going to feel like.
This way, I nurture social sustainability too.
“I want to help people live in beautiful spaces and I want it to be accessible to everyone and not just a privilege of the few” I said to a dear friend. And he came up with an incredible word…democracy.
Later, I came across democratic design, a vision introduced by French designer Phillip Stark as “design that provides quality pieces at accessible prices.” I was fascinated by the word democratic associated with something made for consumption.
I decided to carry this vision into residential interior design, making everyday spaces beautiful and unique yet also affordable and planet – friendly.
I achieve this vision by transferring knowledge to my clients, collaborating with small local makers, carefully selecting suppliers and championing sustsinable interior design and the circular economy cycle.
I support local independent shops, makers, traders and artists and I am constantly expanding and deepening my connections. My network of local traders and makers, ensure your projects are custom made to the higher standard, delivered on time and with reduced supply chain costs. I can source unique vintage and antique furniture and accessories that would take longer lead times and higher prices or – often – reinvent or upcycle items to create your own one – off treasure.
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