With mesmerizing photos and videos, and narration by the author, Designing For Wellness is a visually inspiring, easy-to-read book based on the design philosophies of Emmy® award-winning eco-artist, Susie Frazier. Having lived with undiagnosed anxiety and ADHD since childhood, Susie developed her own methodology, rooted in biophilia, for enhancing spaces in ways that ease the overstimulated brain. She spent the last 20 years designing calm-inducing art and accents for hospitals, hotels, corporations, and homes. Now she’s offering a glimpse into what’s coming in the next generation of interior design.
WHAT YOU’LL EXPERIENCE
• Design tips for creating calm at home or work
• Practical philosophies for living well
• Inspiring images of completed art installations
• Behind the scenes footage of Susie’s creative process
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Heal your mind through nature’s design
As a graphic designer, I appreciate beautiful art. I am impressed with the rich photography, dramatic videos, and narration by the author. This book connects you with nature through the expert knowledge and advice from Emmy® award-winning artist, Susie Frazier. Like millions of people, I also deal with anxiety. Susie delivers content that is soothing, calming, and therapeutic to the mind. “Designing For Wellness” is the ideal book for anyone who wants to discover the benefits of interior design, but more importantly, how to reduce anxiety and improve their mental and emotional well-being.
A true “MasterPeace”
Flowing through this interactive book is a soothing and inspiring experience. Susie’s brilliance is like the sun, she shines light upon the gifts and lessons nature has to offer.
“Designing For Wellness” is more than a book ~ it is a creative, visual masterpiece that brings me peace. My senses are heightened as I realize I am no longer just “reading a book” but I am on a journey to healing. I can feel Susie’s presence by my side as we touch and feel the coolness of the agate and steel, the strength of the salvaged wood, and the textured surfaces of the trees. We hear the branches bustle and feel the leaves crunch underfoot. The smell of the eucalyptus leaves and fresh air is abundant. From a technological perspective, this interactivity allows me to comfortably and curiously breathe the positivity of these elements.
Nature is our teacher, and I’m overjoyed to bring some of her work into my space to continue feeling calm, collected, and connected. I cannot wait to gift this ebook to my friends. I know a few studio owners who would love to add Susie’s work into their personal and professional spaces.