Laurence Carr Design creates luxury, high-end residential interiors that promote wellbeing, create harmony and improve the flow of energy. We believe your home shouldn’t just look good. It needs to ...
Laurence Carr Design creates luxury, high-end residential interiors that promote wellbeing, create harmony and improve the flow of energy. We believe your home shouldn’t just look good. It needs to make you feel good. Relaxed. Rejuvenated. Restored.
Laurence Carr Design is an international design and interior architecture studio aimed at delivering sustainable interiors that nourish its clients’ well-being. With both wellness and environmental factors key in today’s design market, this NYC based high end design firm has proven time and again that design and wellbeing are inextricably tied.
From bright and bold to purposeful and striking, Laurence Carr Design creates modern and eclectic spaces in residential and hospitality interiors. As part of its focus on combining sustainability with quality, Laurence Carr, an GREEN accredited professional leader from the Sustainable Furnishings Council, sources exclusively thoughtfully crafted, holistically designed furniture and items from all over the world that imbue its clients’ interiors with meaning and create a sense of intrinsic enjoyment. A pioneer in the field of holistic interior design, Laurence's designs encompasses the best of ancient wisdom, including Feng Shui, I Ching, sacred geometry, and more forward-thinking techniques like sensory design and the science of light.
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Laurence Carr is a leading voice in the field of Holistic Interior Design. She has current features in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Business of Home, Domino, Apartment Therapy, Sotheby’s Home, House Tipster, Style Matters, and The Chaise Lounge Podcast to name a few. Laurence is shaping our cultural dialogue through her work, her blog “Beyond Aesthetics” and her speaking engagements. In 2019, she won the BUILD awards from Homes and Gardens UK, and was nominated for the ASID National Awards 2019 for “Design for Humanity.” In spring, Laurence was one of the speakers at the Circular City Week 2019 in New York, she designed “The Restorative Room” at the Hampton Designers Showhouse 2019. She is a speaker at keynote panels, such as New York Design Center "What’s New What’s Next", DDB Market on sustainability and wellness in design alongside Norma Kamali, fashion and wellness pioneer. Laurence is an influencer in the design industry, wrote for 2019 Fall High Point Market Design Bloggers Tour. In 2020, she was one of the designhounds influencers at KBIS and on NKBA Research panel "Living Impacts Design" at AD show 2020.