Laurence Carr on Sustainability + Improving Your Wellbeing at Home
On this episode of DMTV Milkshake, Laurence Carr, CEO + Creative Director of Laurence Carr Design, drops some knowledge on us about wellness + sustainable design. Laurence specializes in sustainable and stylish residential and hospitality interiors and is known for integrating holistic wellbeing principles into her signature contemporary designs. From bringing clarity to the term “sustainability” to creating a home office that promotes wellbeing to sharing why biophilia is “more than just plants”, she addresses easy ways to make more eco-friendly choices that will make us feel better, live better and have a lower carbon footprint on the environment. Also, find out how technology can actually help promote wellness—watch:
View Laurence’s DMTV Milkshake episode above, then check out the rest of the series here.
One of Laurence’s latest projects, a new construction home for Jordan Rosenberg Architects and Associates, integrates sustainable and holistic elements together with a modern aesthetic to create a serene, inspiring and stylish space that feels luxurious yet comfortable.
See more projects at laurencecarr.com.
Photos by Kelly Marshall Photography.
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