We are a full service

design agency

Offering a wholistic approach to design in the workplace, advancing purpose, people, processes and well-being. Our workplace strategies are human-centric focusing on “inner work” of employees and managers, leadership development and WELL design.



Consult on human-centric design and WELL Certification efforts

Align projects with well-being, resilience and productivity

Devise workplace strategies and designs

The Philosophy

We design holistically, merging the often overlooked nuances of workplace design and employee well-being. Our goal is to create an interior environment that fosters well-being, productivity and resilience.

The Strategy

Our human-centered strategies are based on three components of workplace well-being – inner work, leadership and workspace design. We structure our services around leadership principles and The WELL Building Standard.

The Design

Our design is based on knowledge that “our environment interacts with personal, genetic and behavioral factors to shape our overall health and well-being.” – The Well Building Standard.

creative :: aspirational :: proven



I have always had an interest in the impact our interior environment can have on our well-being. I view interior design holistically – supporting the well-being of occupants through elements of lighting, comfort, air quality, and honoring the impact of visual, sound and smell within the environment. The WELL AP Certification program offered by the International WELL Building Institute offers a science-based approach to design that allows me to involve a range of services around the workspace.

Why this is important: 

The body responds to the external and internal environment by producing hormonal and neurotransmitter mediators that set in motion physiological responses of cells and tissues throughout the body, leading to a coordination of physiological responses to the current circumstances. The measurement of the physiological responses of the body to environmental challenges constitutes the primary means of connecting experience with resilience or the risk for disease.

Source: MacArthur Foundation