Eng. Environmental Sciences
IADT Interior Designer
Center for Health Design Member
(see complete bio)
with minimal processing, in small portions but bursting with character.
Trained as an environmental engineer, she embraces the concept of Evidence-Based Design (EBD). The EBD process is currently the norm in healthcare facilities design,
to improve quality of care and better healing outputs for patients. To apply it to residential and small commercial spaces, she is constantly hunting for rigorous studies that
prove the beneficial effects of design elements like: colors, sunlight or adequate lighting, textures, plants, uncluttered areas, physical exercise etc.
The power of a smile...
She designs rooms with a smile - a wonderful "double-entendre". She works with a smile: she has a natural sunny disposition, is passionate and loves every aspect of interior
design. But her creations also boost with energy, the results of years of research and observation on the effects of a positive environment on people's general well-being.
She has also been since Spring 2007 a passionate interior design and staging instructor at Joseph P. Keefe Technical School in Framingham, MA, inspiring hundreds of
home-owners in the Metrowest Boston area. For more info on the classes and find out when the next session runs (Spring and Fall only), click here. She is a regular
columnist at Metrowest Daily News, received "Houzz.com: Best of Remodeling 2013 - Kids (US), and was a contributing designer to "Room refreshers for $500 and less" by
Elizabeth Gehrman (Boston Globe Feb. 03, 2013) (Full article).
The diversity of her clientele's cultural heritage reflects her international flair (in alphabetical order): Canada, Cuba, Egypt, France, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lebanon,
Netherlands, Nigeria, Russia, Uganda, USA, Vietnam. She has traveled to many countries to get the best of design and bring it back to you.
|We design rooms
with a smile