Design Services

The aesthetic design includes interactions (or intersections) of visual art and the built environment. We call our application of this, Restorative Design (check it out on instagram).

In the Covid19 world, many people have found themselves confined to or using spaces for long periods that were not designed for their current use (e.g. office work). Spaces are also increasingly being considered for re-purposing due to their traditional function becoming redundant. This has significant impacts on people and their well being. Restorative design addresses these challenges to:

  • mitigate against impacts of well being (such as mental health)
  • intervene in the built environment with low cost and easy to apply solutions
  • enhance space (and place) to fit re-purpose
  • involve the community in creating sustainable places and spaces

The method we use in Restorative Design has the user of space or place at the centre.


Creating experience in space, place and products. Some example work and concepts are shown below.

Elevational illusion

Tiled bathroom mural


Tile decor in a laundry

Creating unique experiences

Bedroom in the forest

Creative wall feature

Playful colour and shapes in the home workspace

Forest canopy in the bedroom

A lively green back room space


Creating experience through products used in the built environment.