Our indoor spaces have a huge influence on our overall wellbeing. Together we can harness that influence to enhance our daily lives.
We live our lives inside.
Over time, people have shifted to an increasingly “indoor” lifestyle. To find balance in this shift, we must rethink and constantly innovate the spaces where we live, work, and play. Designing for function alone leaves wellness on the table.
Indoor spaces can contribute to our health and happiness.
Beyond aesthetics, budget, and basic function, the experience of the user inside the built environment is a critical consideration. By improving our indoor environments through thoughtful and accessible design, careful materials selections, and the integration of biophilic elements, we can design for wellness.
Every material matters.
No one expects the buildings where they spend their days to be working against them, but the average adult breathes in more than 4,000 gallons of air each day, and indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air. We’re committed to healthy and sustainable environments, beginning with greening our materials library and joining the Material Bank pilot program for net-zero sampling.
“The buildings exceed all expectations. The feedback from [the teams] was glowing, citing how amazingly inclusive the whole [design] process was, how individuals felt heard (and that their voice actually made a difference) and how proud they now are of their workplace.”
Jessie [Woodyard] Simerlein | Business Partner to People Operations
Real Estate & Workplace Services, Google
We dig deep into health and safety advancements, industry trends, your user base, your brand, and all the things that make your project unique.
Collaboration peaks when we jointly design, share, listen, and revise until spatial planning and materials (and everything else) look just right.
We live for that sense of relief, accomplishment, and pride — when it all comes together, you step inside, and your vision becomes reality!
The work doesn’t end when the doors open for business; we evaluate your space and user experience as they evolve with time and use.
Interior design at Cushing Terrell includes the exploration, development, and execution of all aspects of interior non-structural/non-seismic design and construction, including:
- Visioning sessions
- In-depth programming
- Test-fits and pricing plans
- Space planning
- Schematic design
- Sustainable design
- Design development
- 3D visualization and VR
- Furniture, fixtures, and equipment
- Project management
- Building codes and systems
- Construction documents
- Construction administration
- Post-occupancy evaluation
It’s time to design for wellness.
Our interior design team aims to positively impact quality of life and culture within the built environment. Through our work, we have the opportunity to influence how people experience their surroundings — how they move through the different spaces they encounter in their daily lives — and it’s incredibly rewarding. We support clients across markets, including commercial, education, government, healthcare, residential, and retail.