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Designing with wellbeing in mind.

Top interior designer's share how they incorporate wellbeing into their interior designs.

With thanks to (in order of appearance on stage)

Chaired by Laura Normanton- Executive Editor at House and Garden, Sophie Elborne- founder of Kitesgrove Interiors, Joa Studholme- Colour Curator for Farrow & Ball and John Allsopp- founder of John Allsopp Studio.

What does wellbeing look like through interior design?

These leading voices from interior design, and architecture talk through what wellbeing means for clients, designers and their projects.

Covering everything from natural light to colour theory, this discussion explores what wellbeing tangibly looks like and how it can be achieved.

We've explored some of their thoughts further, you can click through below to read.

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