The environment is you…It is your extended body. Your home is also your extended body. It only stands to reason that the healthier the home, the healthier the body.” – Deepak Chopra
The term “going green” has become quite popular recently. With an increase in awareness around environmentally friendly products and the importance of sustainability, many have contemplated “going green”, but hesitate to do so because they believe that it can be costly. Although it’s true that some “green” lifestyle or design related changes can be costly, there are in fact many cheaper alternatives that can help you become more eco-friendly. We believe the benefits are well worth it!
The modern built environment has caused unhealthy indoor environmental conditions and increasing alienation from nature.
We can create places that devour and destroy the environment and that in turn destroys us or we can do the opposite – create places that help us live in harmony with the environment and sustain our health.” – Esther M. Sternberg, M.D.
We believe that a healthy space should be built with materials that ensure the overall health of the people who use them.
Fumes from paints or carpet adhesives may cause severe bronchial stress or headaches. We work with specialists in every industry to offer you greener and healthier alternatives for all project materials to help you make informed selections.
Check out some sustainable tips you can try in your home.
Holistic design is a way to achieve a balance between the natural environment and ourselves. It incorporates sustainable materials, natural themes and colours to provide a balanced and healthy living space, along with considering the impact the design will have on the environment.
Looking to live a more sustainable lifestyle? Get our Sustainable Design Guide to inspire a healthier you!