Sense of Space articles

Aug 08, 2017
Inviting Exploration

Commercial spaces are far from immune to the logical and integrative principles of Feng Shui. Every physical space requires balance to function well, and for a commercial enterprise to be successful, alignment with its purpose and its customers is essential. In an interview on the Retail Insider website, I discuss some of the key issues […]

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Jul 19, 2017
Grounding Sensitivity

I am featured in the second issue of The Empath magazine in an article about designing homes for the highly sensitive. Over the years, I’ve worked with a number of people with an active interest in spiritual matters, and sometimes their focus on crystals, sacred geometry, and other realms can create a space that is […]

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Jul 07, 2017
Wide Horizons

Although they serve an important purpose, the walls and ceilings that shape our homes can feel limiting to our boundless consciousness. Blank walls feel like an artist’s canvas on which the first stroke has not yet been made, and can subconsciously feel like a block – our eyes then naturally go elsewhere, usually down, which […]

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Jul 04, 2017
Pillow Talk

Although I took this photo at a shop in Japan, it is not just in that more traditional country where gender roles are still often colour-coded: Western countries still market an abundance of cool colours to men. Every shop I go into, I’m greeted by an array of cool, bland, hard colours that do nothing […]

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Feb 23, 2017
Floral Finesse

Nature expresses itself instinctively, without any restriction other than its innate form and state of being. Flowers are a marvellous way to bring such uninhibited expression and freshness into the home. This gorgeous arrangement in my cousins’ country home in Sweden is so beautifully appointed and expressive: the simplicity, colours, and varied forms add richness […]

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Feb 06, 2017
Advertising Reality

Airtime for Super Bowl advertising in 2017 has beenĀ estimated at between $5 and $5.5 million for a 30-second spot – which means companies will pay up to $183,333 a second for access to your brain through your eyes (plus the actual production costs of the commercials themselves). Why are they willing to pay so much? […]

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