Energetic flow and feng shui:
Are you moving your living or working environment to a new location? Repurposing an existing use to meet a different need? Staging your home for sale? Renting your home or office? Downsizing? Upgrading? Organizing? Purging? Wanting to create more space in your space?
Whatever the size and starting point of your need, I approach each project with a keen ability to understand and manipulate the various, individual components while keeping a steady focus on the "Big Picture." My solutions are at once functional, logical, and anticipatory. Not only can I help you rectify any present space conflicts, but, by developing an appreciation of how you arrived at this crossroads, I can help you avoid recreating the same conflicts later. To create Spatial Flow, I employ a deep understanding of the energetic arts drawn from Eastern philosophies to inform object placement to achieve maximum energy flow (also known as qi or prana).
My experience spans traditional living and working spaces, residential and commercial loft and warehouse spaces with deconstructed or open floor plans, children's rooms and play areas (and addressing meaningfully the family space dynamic when children are present), and organizational systems within the home or workplace (specifically kitchens, offices, and storage areas).
My clients include homeowners moving into new houses, first-time loft renters moving from more traditional living spaces, businesses creating individual work areas in otherwise wide-open space, and families refitting "adult" areas to welcome safe "family" spaces.
My success in creating Spatial Flow devolves from my ability to collect and analyze information, and then to vision and execute a solution (or a series of solutions) to meet my client's short- and long-term goals.
When I visualize the texture of a space, I look specifically to create architectural synergy--Spatial Flow. Spatial Flow engages a four-dimensional construct incorporating utility, aesthetic, durability, and energetic movement. If one of these elements is missing, the space lacks critical balance.
My experience in systems creation and management, in communication strategies, and in the energetic arts informs my ability to sequence and establish a physical space in a way that maximizes its utility and function while inviting ease and comfort. The spaces I design feel good. This feel-goodness is Spatial Flow.